Ahead of his three-day visit to India, UN General Assembly (UNGA) President Csaba Korosi said India is looking for her own solutions and, in many instances, not only for herself, but for many other countries. He described India as “one of the leaders of the Global South”.
The UNGA President Csaba arrived in New Delhi on January 29 for a three-day visit to India. He witnessed the Beating the Retreat Ceremony on January 29. This is his first bilateral visit to any country since he assumed the UNGA Presidency in September 2022.
Korosi has said there are large similarities between the Indian strategic thinking and that of the UN body on the need for transformation in the world. “India has a good feeling that this world is changing very rapidly. India is experiencing many of the crises we are facing, in different forms, in an interlinking manner, all across the world. India is looking for her own solutions and, in many instances, not only for herself, but for many other countries,” he said.
Korosi noted that he finds his Presidency’s motto of ‘solutions through solidarity, sustainability and science’ “very much echoing” with some of the priorities of the Indian government, India’s G20 presidency and the country’s long-term vision for growth and development.