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    S Jaishankar’s UN Day Message Reiterates India’s Support for Global South

    UN Secretary General António Guterres described the UN as “the product of hope” because it embodies the hope and resolve to move beyond global conflict, to a new era of global cooperation.

    External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on Tuesday said India will always stand with the Global South. He said this on the occasion of United Nations Day, while iterating India’s role to strengthen the United Nation’s effectiveness.

    To illustrate India’s role on the multilateral stage, Dr Jaishankar said that India’s ongoing tenure as a member of the UNSC has reflected the country’s principled approach to promoting dialogue and diplomacy to meet contemporary challenges. He said that India’s focus on reformed multilateralism, rule of law, and a fair and equitable international system is aimed at ensuring the UN’s continued relevance.

    “India’s ongoing tenure as the member of the UNSC has reflected our principled approach of promoting dialogue and diplomacy to meet contemporary challenges,” he tweeted, and added, “India will always stand with the Global South and seek to strengthen the UN’s effectiveness.”

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    He said, as United Nations’ founding member, India remains committed to its purposes and principles. The Minister said, India’s contributions to implementing the goals of the UN Charter are a reflection of this commitment.

    “Our focus on reformed multilateralism, rule of law, and a fair and equitable international system is aimed at ensuring UN’s continued relevance,” he said.

    The UN was born from the ashes of the Second World War and the day marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter, its founding document.

    UN Secretary General António Guterres described the UN as “the product of hope” because it embodies the hope and resolve to move beyond global conflict, to a new era of global cooperation. He called for renewed hope and conviction in global solidarity in his message for United Nations Day.

    “As we mark UN Day, let us renew our hope and conviction in what humanity can achieve when we work as one, in global solidarity,” he said in a message.

     

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