Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing the United Nations General Assembly Saturday evening and sources have reported to a leading media portal that “inclusive and responsible solutions for international peace and security” is aimed at China, while the “effective response to international terrorism” targets Pakistan.
Modi, who is expected to speak around 6.30 pm IST Saturday. The Prime Minister, will also likely to include “NORMS (New Orientation for a Reformed Multilateral System)” and “technology for all and streamlining of peacekeeping” among India’s priorities.
The Prime Minister is currently scheduled as the first speaker in the forenoon of September 26.
The 75th UNGA’s theme is “The future we want, the United Nations we need, reaffirming our collective commitment to multilateralism – confronting Covid-19 through effective multilateral action”.
The UNGA this year is being held through virtual mode. The Prime Minister’s address will be a pre-recorded video statement, broadcast at the UNGA hall in New York.
Sources said one of the priority issues for India during 75th session of UNGA will be “to promote strengthening of global action on counter-terrorism” and “India will push for more transparency in the process of listing and delisting of entities and individuals in sanction committees.”