India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said that more than 13 million people in Syria are in need of humanitarian aid.
TS Tirumurti, Permanent Representative of India to the UN
Expressing concern over the interference of external elements in Syria, India said that it is committed to support the Syrian-led political process initiated by the United Nations to bring long-term security and stability in the conflict-torn country. . Clarifying on India’s vote to accept the Syrian humanitarian proposal, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said that India firmly believes that the long-term security and stability in the region is Syria. This can be achieved only by protecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the
He said that we are deeply concerned about the interference of outside elements in Syria, which is worsening the situation. We are satisfied that there is no military solution to the Syrian conflict and reiterate our commitment to support the Syrian-led political process initiated by the United Nations in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254.
More than 1.3 crore people need help
Tirumurti said a decade of violence and terror has had a devastating effect on the lives of the Syrian people. He said that India has been demanding humanitarian assistance to all Syrian citizens without any discrimination, politicization and pre-conditions. He said that more than 13 million people in Syria are in need of humanitarian aid.
India’s emphasis on localization of SDG agenda
In the United Nations, India has emphasized the need for its localization to achieve the 2030 agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It has said that one thing is not appropriate in all circumstances, but countries can certainly share their experiences and learn from each other. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti asked ‘How can no one be left behind by the localization of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)? India’s stand has been clarified at a high level political forum on the subject.
He said that localization efforts will make the road to implementation of the 2030 Agenda easier despite the COVID-19 global pandemic. “In large countries like India with a population of 1.3 billion, the localization of SDGs is essential for the 2030 agenda to be successful,” he said. Tirumurti said that fragmentation of targets and implementation at sub-national and local levels is the only way through which SDG targets can be achieved.
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