PM Modi will address UNGA today, focus will be on these issues including terrorism

PM Modi will address UNGA today, focus will be on these issues including terrorism

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Saturday. From this platform, PM Modi can give a strong message about terrorism. Apart from this, the PM's address is likely to be focused on tackling global challenges including the corona pandemic, climate change and other important issues.

The theme of this year's UNGA general discussion is 'Building a Resilient Approach through Hope to Recover from COVID-19, Rebuild Sustainable, Responding to the Needs of the Planet, Respecting People's Rights and Revitalizing the United Nations' .' The 76th high-level session of the UNGA began in New York on Tuesday. This year the UN General Assembly is being held in a hybrid format, but a large number of leaders have arrived in New York.

Let us inform that after bilateral talks with the US, Australia and Japan at the Quad Summit, PM Modi has reached New York to address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. On reaching here, PM Modi tweeted and said, 'Landed in New York City today. I will address UNGA on September 25 at 6:30 pm.

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla had said that Prime Minister Modi will speak on various important issues including cross-border terrorism, the regional situation and reforms of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Regarding India's permanent membership in the UNSC, Shringla said that PM Modi will emphasize on reforms in the UNSC during his address.

"India's Amrit Mahotsav and the 75th anniversary of the United Nations coincide. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi will speak on UN reforms during his address, why it is needed and how it can be achieved.

PM Modi arrived in Washington on Wednesday on a three-day visit. The Prime Minister held a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris here. He also met his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison and Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga. PM Modi also participated in the first in-person Quad Summit in Washington after the Corona pandemic. He held a meeting with five global CEOs on Thursday for possible investments in India.

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