India draws attention to global convention on terrorism as UNGA prepares to elect new president

India has expressed support to Nigeria’s Ambassador to the UN Tijjani Muhammad-Bande as the next president of the General Assembly and called him to make the body more action-oriented to deal with the global scourge of terrorism.

The current President of the General Assembly Maria Fernanda Espinosa presided on Monday over an informal interactive dialogue with Mr. Muhammad-Bande, nominated by Nigeria, where Member States got an opportunity to discuss his vision statement and question him on his priorities and plans if elected as President of the 74th session of the 193-member General Assembly.

The dialogue aims to contribute to the transparency and inclusivity of the selection process. India expressed support for the Nigerian Ambassador, describing him a great friend and a well-known son of Africa Read More

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