UNGA Chairman Csaba Korosi Visits Anganwadi Center in Karnataka, Praises Government and UNICEF

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UN General Assembly President Csaba Korosi visited the Anganwadi Centre, a rural nursery in Karnataka, and expressed his gratitude to the locals, Karnataka state and UNICEF for providing vital services.

On Twitter, Korosi said: “A warm hug on a busy day. I visited Anganwadi, the rural childcare center in Karnataka. I applaud the efforts of the community, state government and @unicefindiain to provide essential services and support mothers and children “.

“During my visit to a Primary Health Care Center in Kannuru, Karnataka, I saw first-hand how the UN partnership with the Government is assisting in the management of COVID-19 through digital technology support and effective management of the vaccine cold chain,” he added.

Korosi, who was invited on a three-day visit to India by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, landed in Bangalore on Monday after arriving in India on Sunday.

During his stay in Bangalore, Korosi will interact with scientists and academics from the Indian Institute of Science, as well as representatives of various civil society organizations.

He will also visit projects in the water and health sector in the area. Korosi took to Twitter to share her schedule in Bangalore.

Before arriving in Karnataka, he met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where they discussed the importance of conserving and optimizing the world’s water resources.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister reaffirmed India’s commitment to multilateralism, including at the United Nations.

Earlier, Korosi addressed the 40th Sapru House Conference where he hailed India’s calls for peace in Ukraine and around the world.

Korosi praised India for its efforts to promote peace in Ukraine and around the world. She acknowledged India’s position to advocate for peace in Ukraine, which has resulted in suffering and displacement, and has had a profound impact on energy and food supplies around the world.

The UNGA Chairman also applauded the Indian government for ensuring the safety of Indian students studying in Ukraine during the outbreak of the conflict.

Korosi also stressed the need for changes to the council’s structure, membership and rules. Later, the UNGA Chairman dined on millet while he had lunch with Foreign Minister S Jaishankar. In addition, the two leaders discussed the G20 agenda, UN reform and the Ukraine conflict.

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