PM Modi’s Address To The 76th UN General Assembly: Key Highlights

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 76th session of United Nations General Assembly on Saturday in New York.

PM Modi brought attention of leading nations towards global challenges like covid-19 and terrorism. Meanwhile, he also appreciated the role of India in fighting the pandemic globally.

The theme of this year’s UN General Assembly session is ‘building resilience through hope- to recover from covid-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalise the United Nations.’

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PM Modi's Address At UNGA: Highlights

PM Modi also took an indirect jab on Pakistan while talking about global terrorism. He said, “Those using terror as a political tool must understand that terror is just as bad for them. It has to be ensured that Afghanistan soil must not be used to breed or propagate terror.”

While addressing at UNGA, Prime Minister Modi also extended an invitation to all vaccine manufacturers from across the world to make vaccines in India. “I would like to inform the UNGA that India has developed the world's first DNA vaccine. This can be administered to anyone above the age of 12. An mRNA vaccine is in the final stages of development. Indian scientists are also developing a nasal vaccine against COVID19,” said PM Modi.

PM Modi has emplaned for India after concluding his US visit.