Manish Tewari to represent India at the UN
New Delhi: Congress MP and party
spokesperson Manish Tewari will represent India at the 64th
general assembly session of the United Nations.
The session is important given the fact that it is
being held in the backdrop of rising economic crisis, global
terrorism and the expansion of the United National Secrity
Council in which India has great stakes.
Tewari has been chosen by Government of India and the
Ministry of External Affairs to aruge India`s case properly
and effectively at the UN General Assembly session, which is
currently in progress, according to a press release.
The Congress MP said said it was an honour for him to
represent the country at the highest world forum. He said his
main focus would be on terrorism.
Tewari said that the other issue, India would be keen
to argue about is the expansion of the United Nations Security
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