Special honors for Mahatma Gandhi in America: Ann Lee Seshadri – india, america relations

Bangalore: The US has a special respect for Mahatma Gandhi. Their values ​​have had a profound impact on society, said Ann Lee Seshadri, Public Affairs Officer of the US Embassy in Chennai.

Inaugurating the “Model United Nations” program hosted by University Law College, Bangalore University, he said the US-India relationship is of great importance. Millions of Indian students are getting higher education in the US every year. The “US University Virtual Fair 2020” will be held from October 2-10, with major US universities participating. Students should take advantage of this, he said.

“The Model United Nations program allows for the overall growth of students. He commended the college for providing such an opportunity for students.

Lieutenant Colonel Yuvraj Malik, Director of the National Book Trust, said, “There is a need for collaboration at the international level. The United Nations and other countries need to focus on disarmament. ”

United Nations Special Officer Samarth Pathak said, “Young people are the future of the world. United Nations Human Rights Officer Kiri Atri said that all governments should be concerned about migrants and refugees and emphasize on their resettlement.

Dr Venugopal, Chancellor of the University of Bangalore, said: “In today’s modern world, dialogue will play an important role in the defense of democracy. But for today’s Kovid 19 and other global problems, negotiations can find a silent solution. He said the university is creating such a platform in this regard.


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