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#Throwback Thursday

Posted by Olwethu Majaja on 27 June 2024, 08:10 SAST
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#ThrowbackThursday 

On this day, June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter was signed by representatives of the 50 countries attending the United Nations Conference on International Organization in San Francisco, marking a pivotal moment in history. This charter established the United Nations, dedicated to promoting peace, security, and cooperation among nations. Its significance lies in fostering international dialogue, addressing global challenges, and striving for a more just and peaceful world. #UNCharter #GlobalPeace #History

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