UN General Assembly approves COVID 19 multinational cooperation resolution

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About COVID 19 Multinational Cooperation:

India backs US-Israel opposition India adopts multinational cooperation resolution. In the UN General Assembly. This cooperation done on 12th September 2020.

The challenges posed by Kovid 19 have been voted in favor of multinational cooperation. The work done by the World Health Organization has been recognized. 169 out of 193 countries of the General Assembly voted in favor of the resolution. On the ‘Comprehensive and Coordinated Response to Kovid 19.

The United States and Israel voted against the resolution, while Hungary and Ukraine remained neutral.
The United States has objected to the World Health Organization’s decision to do a good job.

The decision of India:

Embassy of India Deputy Representative K. Nagraj Naidu said.
That India has supported this comprehensive resolution and favored multinational cooperation at all levels. The work done by the World Health Organization is also appreciated. Adela Raz, Afghanistan’s ambassador, and Ivan Simonovic, Croatia’s ambassador, co-chaired the resolution. This is the third resolution passed in the General Assembly after Kovid.

Reference Used: E paper Loksatta

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