PM Narendra Modi Asked UNGA, For How Long India Will Be Kept Out Of UN’s Decision-Making Structures

PM Narendra Modi

In his speech in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday (September 26, 2020) made a powerful pitch for reforms in the United Nations (UN) and PM also assured that New Delhi will assist the worldwide community amidst the COVID-19 disaster.

PM Modi mentioned, “Reform in the responses, in the processes, and in the very character of the United Nations is the necessity of the hour. At this time, the people of India are concerned whether the reform-process will ever attain its logical conclusion. For how long India  will be kept out of the decision-making structures of the UN?”

Highlighting India’s credential for the excessive desk, he mentioned, “This is a nation which is the biggest democracy of the world, this is a nation with more than 18% of the world inhabitants, this is a nation which has a whole lot of languages, a whole lot of dialects, many sects, and plenty of ideologies. This is a nation which was a leading world economic system for hundreds of years and likewise one which has endured hundreds of years of foreign rule.”

On COVID disaster, PM mentioned, “As the most important vaccine producing nation of the world, I want to give another assurance to the worldwide community right now. India’s vaccine manufacturing and supply capability will probably be used to assist all humanity in preventing this disaster. In India and in our neighbourhood, we’re moving ahead with the third phase of medical trials in India. India can even assist all of the nations in enhancing their cold chain and storage capacities for the supply of the vaccines.”

Indian Prime Minister also emphasizes how the country and the global community have suffered from terrorism, and need to take a collective effort to stop this.

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