Minister of State for External Affairs, V. Muraleedharan will be paying an official visit to New York from today. During the 3 day visit, Mr Muraleedharan will represent India at the UN Security Council High Level Open Debate on Peace-building and sustaining peace. The meeting is convened by Kenya which holds the Presidency of UN Security Council in the month of October, and will be chaired by the Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The UN Security Council High Level meeting will focus on prevention of conflicts and conflict resolution and State-building through effective management of diversity and promotion of peaceful co-existence. The discussion is expected to provide a platform to member states to share insights and experiences in practical pursuit of peace-building and in sustaining peace.

India has contributed significantly to peacebuilding and socio-economic development of countries transitioning from conflict. India’s development partnership has been demand-driven and seeks to enhance sustainable capacity-building.

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