‘I am confident, India-US relations will be stronger in the coming years’, said PM Modi before leaving for America

'मुझे विश्वास है, आने वाले सालों में भारत-अमेरिका संबंध और भी मजबूत होंगे', अमेरिका से रवाना होने से पहले बोले पीएम मोदी

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the world should fulfill its duty by helping people in war-torn Afghanistan where women, children and minorities need assistance.

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  • Publish Date – 10:43 pm, Sat, 25 September 21Edited By: Ramdeep Mishra
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday. During this, he underlined the need for the empowerment of the United Nations to maintain world order, law and values. PM Modi made a tweet before America’s return to India from New York, in which he said that India-US relations will be stronger in the coming years.

PM Modi said that useful bilateral and multilateral work has been done in the last few days. Have interacted with many CEOs and addressed the United Nations. I am confident that India-US relations will grow even stronger in the years to come. Our rich people-to-people relationships are among our strongest assets.

At the same time, while addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, PM Modi reiterated the words of India’s great diplomat Chanakya, “When the right work is not done at the right time, time itself destroys the success of that work.” “If the United Nations wants to remain relevant, it has to increase its influence and credibility,” he said. Modi said that today all kinds of questions are being raised about the United Nations. He said, ‘We have seen such questions arise even during the climate crisis and the COVID-19 epidemic.’

The World Health Organization (WHO), a United Nations-affiliated institution, has been facing constant criticism since the COVID-19 crisis broke out in China in December 2019. The institution had to face condemnation for not properly managing the crisis. Former US President Donald Trump has called the WHO a “puppet” of China and accused it of trying to cover up where the pandemic originated and allowing the pandemic to spread across the world.

proxy wars going on in many parts of the world: PM Modi

The Prime Minister said that proxy wars are going on in many parts of the world, terrorism and the recent crisis in Afghanistan have brought to the fore the seriousness of these questions. Global governance institutions have lost their hard-earned credentials over decades of where COVID-19 originated and the Ease of Doing Business rankings.

The Prime Minister said that the world must fulfill its duty by helping people in war-torn Afghanistan where women, children and minorities are in need of assistance. “The women and children of Afghanistan, the minorities of Afghanistan, need help. We should fulfill our duty by providing this help to them.’ He said that it is extremely important to ensure that the territory of Afghanistan is not used for spreading terrorism and terrorist attacks. Without naming any country, Prime Minister Modi said, ‘We also need to be vigilant and ensure that no country tries to take advantage of the delicate situation there and use it as a tool for its selfishness’. Don’t do it.’

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