Guterres define a los cooperantes como "héroes" en un año en el que "las exigencias son mayores que nunca"

El secretario general de Naciones Unidas, António Guterres, ha agradecido este miércoles, Día Mundial Humanitario, el trabajo de los cooperantes, a los que ha definido como "héroes de carne y hueso" en un año en el que "las exigencias son mayores que nunca" por la pandemia de coronavirus.
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