PM Modi to address 76th session of UNGA today; Bharat Mata ki Jai, Vande Mataram echoed as soon as he reached New York, LIVE Updates
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) today after attending the Quad Countries meeting held at the White House of America on Friday. For this he has reached New York. After reaching New York, PM Modi met the people waiting for him outside the hotel. During this, slogans of ‘Vande Mataram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ were also raised.Also Read – In UNGC, India retaliated for telling Pak Kashmir rage, calling Geelani a martyr
Earlier, there were bilateral talks between PM Modi and US President Joe Biden during which, the main focus was on how to counter terrorism. Talks have taken place with US interlocutors about the deadly role played by Pakistan in Afghanistan and the need for the international community to take note of it. Also Read – Joe Biden told PM Modi – India should be a permanent member of the Security Council, somewhere on terrorism and Taliban
According to information received from sources, PM Modi told that under the leadership of President Joe Biden, India-US relations are ready for a decade of change, and together, they can bring about a change at the world level as well. Technology, business, trusteeship, talent and trust will be shared. Also Read – First bilateral meeting between PM Modi- Joe Biden, discussions on these issues including Indo-Pacific, Climate and Kovid; Special things…
#WATCH | PM Narendra Modi meets people as they cheer for him & chant ‘Vande Mataram’ & ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ outside the hotel in New York.
He is scheduled to address at the 76th session of UNGA pic.twitter.com/hafLDBSimC
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The 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly is very special for India
The 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly is considered to be very special for India, as India is chairing the UN Security Council and Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will address it. In such a situation, India can put its point firmly in front of all the countries of the world. It is being said that issues like climate change, sustainable development, vaccine availability, economic slowdown, women empowerment, women’s participation in government, terrorism will be discussed in the UNGA.
What is the United Nations General Assembly
The United Nations General Assembly is one of the six organs of the United Nations and is the only comprehensive body. The General Assembly is an important organ of the United Nations and represents all 193 member states of the United Nations. In September every year, the Annual General Assembly of all the members of the United Nations is held in the General Assembly of New York and there is a general debate, and many countries participate prominently. The General Assembly is responsible for the work like deliberation, policy-making.