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UNGA President Csaba Korosi will visit India from January 29-31, holding important meetings.

World NewsIndia NewsUNGA President Csaba Korosi will visit India from January 29-31, holding important meetings.

The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Kasba Kurosi is set to pay an official visit to India from January 29 to 31 and will hold important meetings on the priorities of the General Assembly.

During his visit, the UNGA President will meet External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in New Delhi, while issues raised during their last meeting in December such as India’s engagement with the UN body, The UNGA official statement read.

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These priorities are also expected to be on the agenda when Kurosi visits the G20 Secretariat in India, and meets a delegation led by G20 Sherpa, Amitabh Kant.

According to the UNGA statement, his trip will include discussions with government officials, leading national scientists and academics, and field visits on sustainable water use.

President Kurosi’s official visit, at the invitation of the Government of India, coincides with Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination anniversary and Martyrs’ Day, which the President will commemorate by laying a wreath at the Raj Ghat.

Among his other public appearances in New Delhi, Kurosi will deliver a public address at the Indian Council of World Affairs on the theme of his priorities for the current session of the General Assembly, which is “Solidarity, Sustainability and Solutions through Science”. said.

The main purpose of the visit is to build links between the General Assembly and science, especially on the issue of water, ahead of the UN Water Conference in March.

The President will discuss India’s water conservation plans with senior officials and experts from the National Institute for Transforming India, otherwise known as Niti Aayog, a commission primarily responsible for India’s sustainable development goals. (SDGs) is to implement and coordinate efforts.

The President is scheduled to attend a field visit to Bengaluru, where he will visit the water project site. While in the city, the President will also interact with national scientists and academics at the Indian Institute of Science.

The President will also meet the United Nations Resident Coordinator in India Shombi Sharpe.

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During the visit, Kurussi will be joined by his chef de cabinet, Laszlo Szczuk, chief scientific advisor, Johannes Kulman, and two senior office colleagues.

Notably, the tour expenses are covered by the government and the OPGA Trust Fund. Every effort is made to make the President’s visits as efficient as possible in terms of cost, time and environment.

Meanwhile, after completing his visit to India, Kurosi will travel to China, where he will visit the International Research Center on Big Data for Sustainable Development Goals, which is part of the implementation of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Provides convenience.

In China, the UNGA President will also meet with the country’s top government officials.

Kurosi is later scheduled to visit Japan in mid-February where the UNGA president will attend a conference on water resilience, among other purposes. (ANI)

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