United Nations, May 31: India’s contribution to the United Nations is unparallel in many ways. India’s peacekeeping mission is one of the largest contributions to UN missions. Now making this more important for the UN and giving global recognition to Modi’s 2nd inning, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said, “India is a “very valuable partner of UN”. He also expressed, he is looking forward to working with the new government led by PM Narendra Modi.
Spokesman of Secretary-General, Farhan Haq said, “We will look forward to working with the government as it has now taken office. India is a very valuable partner of the United Nations”.
Antonio Guterres also delivered a message for Modi as he was sworn-in as India’s Prime Minister for the 2nd five-year team.
In last week, UN Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said, “UN chief very much looked forward to working with Modi and the two leaders have a "strong relationship" on issues such as the climate change”.
Monica Grayley, the spokeswoman for President of the General Assembly Maria Fernanda Espinosa, said last week that the UNGA President congratulates India and the people of India, as well as all newly-elected representatives in the election.
Monica Grayley said, “Espinosa "looks forward to continuing to work with India in the months to come. Espinosa had met Modi during her visit to India in August 2018 and her interaction and cooperation with India is a ‘very good one’,”.