The United Nations needs reforms, without which it is impossible to confront the challenges of our time. This was stated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at the solemn meeting of the UN General Assembly (GA) on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the organization.
“We cannot fight the challenges of today with outdated structures. Without comprehensive reforms, the UN is facing a crisis of confidence. For today’s interconnected world, we need a reformed multilateral approach that reflects today’s realities, gives voice to all stakeholders, addresses contemporary problems, and focuses attention on human well-being, “said the Indian Prime Minister.
Modi noted that, as reflected in the adopted Declaration of the UN General Assembly, member countries still need to do work to prevent conflicts, ensure universal development, solve climate change problems, reduce inequality, and effectively use digital technologies. The need to reform the United Nations itself is also recognized. “India is ready to cooperate with all countries in this direction,” Narendra Modi said.