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Prime Minister Modi meets with UN Secretary-General Guterres

A bilateral meeting was held between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, in Kevadiya, Gujarat. At the Statue of Unity, they also laid floral tributes. At the same event, Guterres launched the Mission LiFE booklet, logo, and tagline alongside Prime Minister Modi.

Prime Minister Modi meets with UN Secretary-General GuterresGuterres, who is in India for a three-day trip, arrived yesterday in Gujarat. At Kevadiya today, he attended the 10th Heads of Missions Conference and visited the 24×7 Solar Powered Village Modhera and the world-famous Sun Temple at Modhera in Mahesana. Locals in Modhera had the opportunity to interact with the UN Secretary-General.

It is the first time Guterres has visited India since he began his second term. At the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai yesterday, he paid tribute to the victims of the 26/11 terror attacks. The UN-India Partnership: Strengthening South-South Cooperation was the subject of his address at IIT Mumbai.

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