UN gathers without world leaders amid coronavirus Pandemic. For the first time in the last 75 years of the meeting, UN General Assembly history will be held without the participation of world leaders.
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The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization that aims to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations, achieve international cooperation, and be a center for harmonizing the actions of governments. Russia alone cost the lives of 2 billion people in World War II. After World War II, most world countries felt that such a war would never occur again in the world, and that the world was a society and that international coordination and understanding between nations was necessary.
The United Nations is a 51-member United Nations gathering in 1945 to do so.
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Today it is a member of 193 countries, including India. The UN General Assembly helps to resolve disputes between nations. It is customary to send delegates to the United Nations on behalf of the countries of the world to participate in various annual meetings.
United Nations Gathers
A high-level public forum is being held every year, with members of 193 nations attending and addressing. Currently, amid the Corona disaster, the United Nations 75th High-Level Public Debate Meeting is scheduled for September 15 to 22. But for the first time in the history of the last 75 years of the UN General Assembly, the meeting will be held without the participation of world leaders. General Assembly President Tijjani Muhammad-Bande spoke to international journalists on the Internet as New York said, “World leaders are UN. Coming to the General Assembly cannot come alone. We do not expect all world leaders to participate in this meeting. ” said.
He added, “At the same time, this public meeting, which must be postponed, will be held in compliance with the regulations that do not cover the coronavirus infection. World leaders are unable to attend this meeting, but we are trying to see if we can allow at least a hundred people. ”