To suppress terrorist acts Global cooperation The Union Foreign Minister said that it was necessary Jaisankar Insists.
The UN Human Rights Council is in session. The Union Minister of State for External Affairs attended through Connolly Jaisankar Spoken by:
Terrorism is a great danger to humanity. It deprives man of his basic right to life. As a victim, India has been at the forefront of global action against terrorism.
The Government of India last month listed eight action plans to suppress terrorism at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council. Human rights issues have intensified during the Corona period. The nations of the world must unite to face these challenges.
India’s commitment to protecting human rights is reflected in its handling of the Corona crisis. India has met the basic needs of the people by providing food directly to 80 crore Indians and financial assistance to 40 crore Indians. Besides, India has exported medicines and medical equipment to more than 150 countries during the Corona period. Thus he said.