U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who was in New York City, said the world will witness a “world-historic event” in November, when the world’s largest lottery will be awarded the largest prize of any in the world.
Guterres said that “the world will watch and rejoice, but the celebrations will be overshadowed by the reality of the great injustice and the injustice of this senseless act of violence.”
The United States won the lottery jackpucky with $1.15 trillion in $1,000 bills on Wednesday, a big win for lottery retailers and consumers alike.
Guterre said the money will be distributed to the families of those killed in the attack.
He said the proceeds will go to the victims’ families and help rebuild the world and rebuild communities.
The U.K. is also the first country to award the jackpot to a lottery retailer.
A total of $1 trillion will be divided among the winners, with the largest amount coming from the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany.
The jackpot is the largest lottery payout in U.L.O. history.
It was set at $1 billion in 2012 and reached $2.3 trillion in 2020.