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WASHINGTON Women's Jake Fisher Jersey , Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- The United States on Saturday welcomed the formation of a new government in Lebanon and looked to it to address the country's needs amid growing regional violence.


"We have long said that the people of Lebanon deserve a government that responds to their needs and protects their interests," Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement.


Earlier Saturday Women's Cedric Ogbuehi Jersey , a new government led by new Prime Minister Tammam Salam was formed in Lebanon, after a 10-month deadlock.


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"We look to today's announcement to be an important first step in addressing the political uncertainty that has hampered Lebanon in recent years," Kerry said.


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Kerry also called on the new government to uphold the policy of disassociation from the Syrian and other foreign conflicts, which is "the best way to ensure Lebanon's stability and security."


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by William M. Reilly


UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- "The basis of world stability is being destroyed," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned the UN General Assembly General Debate on Friday and blamed an unnamed "arrogant" super-power for "pushing forward unilateral hazardous solutions to the most complex conflicts and crises."


The outcome of such "feeling of their infallibility ... can be observed by the example of the bleeding Middle East and North Africa," he said in a thinly-veiled reference to the West and the United States in particular.


"It is high time to learn lessons and prevent a slide down to a catastrophe in Syria," Lavrov said. "Mainly thanks to Russia's military assistance to the Syrian legitimate government rendered at its request, it became possible to prevent the collapse of the state and disintegration of that country under the onslaught of terrorists."


Russia's engagement gave rise to the International Support Group (ISSG) encouraging a "political process so that the Syrians could determine the future of their country themselves," he said. "Hegemony has no place in the future if we want it to be a just future that gives peoples the opportunity to choose ways of their development."


Russia's commitment to that approach was reaffirmed in the Russia-China Declaration on Increasing the Role of International Law signed in June, he said.


Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) also laid verbal siege on the United States but with no hesitation about any name.


"As the international community witnesses every year, the situation on the Korean peninsula is often engulfed in a state that goes out of control, whose root-cause squarely lies in the United States which ... holds aggressive war exercises one after another in and around the Korean Peninsula," he said.


"These exercises are thoroughly offensive and aggressive nuclear war exercises in their nature ... aimed at 'decapitation' of the leadership of the DPRK and 'occupation of Pyongyang,'" Ri said without mentioning who he was quoting.


The foreign minister said Pyongyang "had no other choice but to go nuclear" after doing "everything possible to defend the national security from the constant nuclear threats from the United States."


But it wasn't all anti-United States, all the time in the assembly.


Countries, such as Mauritius concentrated on domestic goals.


"We have chosen to focus our first attention on the eradication of extreme forms of poverty, said Sir Aneroon Jugnauth, prime minister of the Indian Ocean island. "My Government has already undertaken, with the support of the UN Development Program (UNDP), to establish a social register of those living in dismal conditions and who require targeted measures and assistance.


"As a first unprecedented measure, we have introduced in this year's national budget a subsistence allowance for the extreme poor," he said, explaining it would be 40 percent higher than the World Bank's absolute poverty threshold of 3.10 U.S. dollars a day.


"The tourism industry of (Small Island Developing States) SIDS is particularly challenged by the negative effects of global warming," Jugnauth said. "Taking measures to reverse this trend is as essential to us as preserving marine and coastal ecosystems and biodiversity and making clean and sustainable use of oceans."


In taking steps to advance its ocean economy, he promised "Mauritius will ensure that these are in synergy with sustainability principles," enshrined in the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be reached in 2030.


"Militias have no chance in succeeding," said President Bdrabuh Mansour of conflict-ridden Yemen, adding that the government would soon put an end to the ongoing war. He said comprehensive dialogue has been translated into a new civilian Constitution.


However, he said the Houthi militias continue to wage war and kill innocent people, expel civilians, blow up homes and control national assets.


"We are not advocates of revenge," Mansour said, adding that the government had chosen the path of peace in order to end the suffering of the Yemeni people and national dialogue was necessary to build a federal state based on equal rights.


"Militias and sectarian gangs, must withdraw and endorse the new Constitution," he said.


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