India set to chair WHO Board
India set to chair WHO Board

At this time the whole world is working hard to fight the corona virus. In such a situation, the leadership and strategy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being discussed around the world, on the other hand, India is going to take over the leadership of the World Health Organization (WHO) such as the World Health Organization this month. Yes, this month, a formal announcement has been made for the annual meeting to be convened at the WHO headquarters.

Let us tell you that the trusted sources associated with the prestige, while talking about this from a website, said, "The next chairman of the WHO Executive Board will be from India, it has been decided." So far, Japan was playing the responsibility of keeping the pulse of world health at its highest position. On May 22, India will replace Japan at the World Health Assembly Conference. At the same time, 34 new members of the Executive Board have been selected on 18 May! After that, the president is going to be elected for a new term.

At the same time, sources also said that the name of India has been recommended for the next three years by the group countries of South-East Asia together for the new president of WHO. Not only this, the group of these countries, which has made pressure, has recommended the name of India every year on the basis of turn for the responsibility of the post of the president of the regional groups.

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