PM Modi’s call at the 90th Interpol general assembly: “Defeat terrorism everywhere”
The 90th Interpol general assembly, which was held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Tuesday, was in attendance by delegations from 195 member countries, including ministers, national police chiefs, heads of national central bureaus, and senior police officers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a speech during the event.
It’s time to consider both the future and the past. India believes in international cooperation, and our Vedas say let noble thoughts come from all directions,” Modi remarked at the opening of the Interpol general conference.
The general assembly will take place in New Delhi from October 18 to October 21.
“Interpol is on the verge of achieving a historic milestone. It will commemorate its 100th birthday in 2023. This is a plea for everyone to work together to improve the world. According to Modi, India is one of the leading donors to UN peacekeeping missions.
India advocates for stronger global cooperation at a time when communities and governments are turning inward, according to Modi.
“Global threats require a global response. The globe should unite to confront these threats because it is past time, the PM continued.
Additionally, Modi issued commemorative coins with a value of 100 rupees and a postal stamp.
Delegations from 195 Interpol member nations, including ministers, country police chiefs, heads of national central bureaus, and senior police personnel, will attend the summit.
Today in Delhi, the 90th Interpol General Assembly will hear from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. images taken at Pragati Maidan.
Delegations from 195 INTERPOL member nations are in attendance.
The general assembly, Interpol’s highest governing body, convenes once a year to make significant decisions about how the organisation will operate.
After an absence of approximately 25 years—the previous conference was in 1997—the gathering is now taking place in India.
The assembly overwhelmingly approved India’s proposal to hold the Interpol general assembly in New Delhi in 2022 in conjunction with celebrations for the country’s 75th anniversary of independence.
According to the statement, the occasion offers a chance to provide the globe with India’s top law and order strategies.
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