UN lacks resources to save the lives of people in the world, said the Secretary-General of the United Nations, ban Ki-moon.
"We don't get enough money to save lives. We have only fifty percent of what we need, to help people in Iraq, South Sudan and Yemen, and only thirty percent of what is needed for Syria, " the Secretary General said at the opening of the General Policy debate of the United Nations.
The program of the humanitarian response in Ukraine, according to his statement, " funded by 39 % "." And the call for assistance to the Gambia, where one in four children suffers from delays increase, was met with silence ", he added.