UN chief Antonio Guterres praises India’s commitment to South-South cooperation

Describing India as a “valued supporter” of South-South cooperation, UN chief Antonio Guterres has praised the India-UN Development Partnership Fund for “championing greater prosperity” for all through its myriad projects benefitting the least developed, landlocked and small island nations. India has also been at the forefront of our efforts to reform the UN Development System, the UN Secretary General said.

“India is a valued supporter of South-South cooperation. The India-UN Development Partnership Fund is a welcome contribution that is championing greater prosperity and opportunity for all,” Guterres said in his message. The message was read out on the occasion of the commemoration of the second anniversary of the India-UN Development Partnership Fund here Thursday organised by the Permanent Mission of India to the UN together with the UN Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC). Read More

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