new Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the General Assembly at the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly today. As of the current schedule, they have been placed as the first lounge today. The time of the meeting will be 9 o’clock in the morning i.e. around 6.30 in the evening of Indian time.
The theme of the 75th UNGA session is “The Future We Want, the United Nations We Need.” Confirming our collective signature for multilateralism, effective multilateral action in the face of COVID-19 will also be discussed. Since UNGA is being held in the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic this year, it is becoming almost completely square. Therefore, the Prime Minister’s address will be broadcast as a pre-recorded video message at UNGA Hall in New York.
Some of the priority issues for India during the 75th session of UNGA are: To strengthen global action on counter-terrorism, to list information and individuals in list committees deciding on India ban and to remove their names To go for it would be to emphasize more detail in the process. Being one of the largest Troop Contributing Country for the UN (the country sending its troops to the UN Peacekeeping Mission), India seeks a more active participation in the process of setting up a mandate for the UN’s peace mission. Continue India’s active participation on issues related to sustainable development and climate change.
Promoting India’s role as a healthcare provider, more than 150 countries in the world are to highlight the assistance provided by India as a global pharmacy in fighting the 19 disease divisions. The year 2020 is also the 25th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women.
In such a situation, India will repeat its commitments and achievements in women-led development. India’s role as South South-South development will also be emphasized. Especially in the context of the India-United Nations Development Partnership Fund.
India’s connectivity towards the idea of a global partnership under SDG 17 on climate change will be raised. In particular such steps as the establishment of the International Solar Alliance. India will be a temporary member of the Utrasi for the coming two years, moving to a 5-S vision where respect, culture, cooperation, peace and prosperity are involved.
Among India’s priorities – effective practices for international terrorism, NORMS (new sanctions for reform of multilateral system), streamlining technology and peace setting for all so as to achieve an inclusive and responsible solution to international peace and security. . .
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