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Visit from H. E. Mr. Csaba Korosi, President of the UN General Assembly’s’s 77th session( January 29– 31, 2023)

H. E. Mr. Csaba Korosi, president of the UN General Assembly’s’s 77th session( PGA), will travel to India from January 29 to January 31, 2023, at the minister of external affairs'( EAM) invitation. Since taking office as UNGA President in September 2022, PGA has not made a bilateral trip to any nation.

PGA and EAM will discuss important multilateral and regional issues of shared interest during the visit. PGA has listed five goals for his UNGA presidency: 1) Maintaining a firm stance on fundamental UN Charter principles; 2) advancing sustainability transformation significantly and quantifiably;( 3) aiming for integrated, systemic solutions;( 4) enhancing the role of science in decision-making; and( 5) fostering greater camaraderie in the face of new global crises.

In order to learn more about scaling up India’s’s best practices, PGA would also speak with senior members of NITI Aayog and the G20 Presidency team, both of whom he would be interacting with. PGA will discuss his presidential theme of “Solutions through Solidarity, Sustainability, and Science in the UN” in a public speech on January 30 at the Indian Council of World Affairs( ICWA).

On January 29, the PGA will also observe “Beating the Retreat Ceremony” in New Delhi, and on January 30, on Martyrs Day( Shaheed Diwas), Mahatma Gandhi will receive floral tributes at Rajghat.

On January 31, PGA will also visit Bengaluru. While there, he will interact with researchers at the Indian Institute of Science( IISc) and go on a field trip to an initiative for water conservation. Additionally, PGA is anticipated to interact with the UN-Indian country team and visit development projects in or near Bengaluru. A dinner in his honor would be hosted by the governor of Karnataka.

The PGA’s’s trip to India will give him the chance to discuss the current problems facing the UN on a global scale. It would support India’s’s unwavering commitment to multilateralism, including through its ongoing G20 presidency, and how it would meaningfully address these global issues for the Global South.

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