India very important player in the multilateral system: UNGA President Maria Fernanda Espinosa

Commending India for being a very important player in the multilateral system, UN General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa has said the country is a “leading force” in areas of climate action and poverty eradication.

Espinosa underscored that given India’s large population, its actions and success on issues such as climate change and poverty eradication is “extremely important.”

“India is a very important player in the multilateral system. It is a very strong reliable partner of the system. This should be acknowledged,” Espinosa told PTI in an interview here.

Lauding India for its “constructive” role in the multilateral sphere, she said the country is a very good ally to boost role of the UN and to strengthen the multilateral system.   Read More

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