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India Secures Key Positions at United Nations, Jagjit Pavadia Re-elected to INCB

India has achieved significant success in the United Nations, securing key positions across various bodies, with Jagjit Pavadia’s re-election to the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) marking a notable victory. Pavadia’s re-election for a third term underscores India’s continued commitment to global drug control efforts and its significant contributions to international drug policy. India’s election to several other vital UN bodies, including the Commission on the Status of Women and the Executive Boards of UNICEF and UNDP, reflects its growing influence and engagement in addressing global challenges.

Ambassador Ruchira Kamboj reaffirmed India’s dedication to constructive participation in UN deliberations, emphasizing the principle of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ – the world is one family. India’s successful election outcomes demonstrate its proactive stance in shaping international agendas and fostering collaboration for the betterment of all.