World has to unite against terrorism: PM Modi in UNGA speech
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York on Friday where he pitched how world has to unite against terrorism and highlighted India's contribution to make planet plastic-free.
“While I was coming here, I read on the walls of the United Nations ‘No more single-use plastic’. I am delighted to inform you that we are running a big campaign in India to free the country of single-use plastic,” he said.
In his first speech at the UNGA after assuming his office for the second term, PM Modi said, “When a developing nation successfully carries out the biggest cleanliness drive of the world and provides more than 11 crore toilets to its people just within 5 years, that system gives a message of inspiration to the entire world.”
Speaking over terrorism, he said it is not a challenge for a country but it is for the world.
“We believe that terrorism is not a challenge for anyone country, but for all countries and of mankind as a whole. So for the sake of humanity, the world has to unite against terror,” PM Modi said.