Top UN leaders congratulate India on Chandrayaan-3

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Associate Spokesperson for UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Florencia Soto Nino termed India’s mission to the moon as “very exciting.”

United Nations: Top United Nations management congratulated India on the success of its lunar mission Chandrayaan-3, describing it as a “giant step” for humanity and a “great achievement”.

India’s Chandrayaan-3 grew to become the primary house mission to land close to the south pole of the Moon. The try comes days after Russia’s unmanned Luna-25 spacecraft spun uncontrolled and crashed into the Moon.

Associate Spokesperson for UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Florencia Soto Nino termed India’s mission to the moon as “very exciting.”

“We of course congratulate India on being the first country to land a spacecraft on the south pole of the moon. This is a great achievement, which was watched by many people around the world,” Nino stated on the day by day press briefing right here Wednesday.

She stated the United Nations “has taken a very keen interest in space, particularly in the peaceful uses of outer space. And we wish India a greater success in its space exploration.”

President of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly Csaba Korosi stated in a tweet, “Congratulations, India @isro, on the historic landing of #Chandrayaan3 on the moon’s South Pole. A giant step for humanity, science, and innovation. And a giant step for India.”

Korosi’s spokesperson Paulina Kubiak stated at a press briefing that the President congratulates India on the achievement.

In response to a query by PTI, she stated Indian colleagues inside the Office of the President of the General Assembly had been celebrating this outstanding achievement.

US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield tweeted “Congratulations to @IndiaUNNewYork and the people of India for @ISRO Chandrayaan-3’s historic moon landing. Look forward to further deepening U.S.-India space cooperation “together with our work collectively on the @UN and past ? as new frontiers proceed to be explored.”

Former UN Women Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director Anita Bhatia stated India’s scientific prowess and what it has achieved really is a present to all of humanity. She additionally hailed the excessive variety of ladies scientists who contributed to the outstanding achievement.

India’s third Moon mission Chandrayaan-3 touched down on the lunar south pole at 6.04 pm after a flawless 41-day voyage.

With this landing on the Moon in its second try in 4 years, India has turn into the fourth nation to grasp the expertise of soft-landing on the lunar floor after the US, China and the erstwhile Soviet Union.


Nilesh Desai
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