Two Indians, among 115 UN personnel, honored personnel for sacrifice on duty

United Nations: An Indian Police Officer Deployed For The United Nations Mission In Congo And A Consultant With The Dead In The Aircraft Crash Of Ethiopian Airlines Are 115 And Staff Are Honored By The Global Organization For Their Sacrifice In Line With Their Duty.

Police Officer Jitender Kumar Is On The Stabilization Mission Of The UN Organization In (MONUSCO) And Shikha Garg, Consultant Of The United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Associated With The Ministry Of Environment, Forest And Climate Change Of India Together With 113 UN Staff And Staff Lost Their Lives In The Service Of Peace Between January 2018 And March 2019.

Garg Was One Of The Four Indians Who Died When The Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Plane Crashed After Taking Off Addis Ababa In March Of This Year. She Was On The Way To Go To One United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Meeting In Nairobi.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, President Of The General Assembly Maria Fernanda Espinosa, President Of The Security Council, Indonesian Ambassador To The UN Dian Triansyah Djani And Deputy Secretary-General For Operational Support Atul Khare, Together With United Nations Top Officials Peacekeeping Personnel Paid Tribute To Those Who Sacrificed Their Lives During The Solemn Ceremony On Monday.

Names Of All 115 UN Staff And Staff, Including 103 African Peacekeepers, Were Read During The Service, Attended By Diplomats And Family Members Of The Victims.

Guterres Said It Was" A Sad Reminder Of The Often Life-threatening Nature Of Our Work" ; But It Also Bears Witness To The Commitment Of The Thousands Of Women And Men From Around The World Who Are Willing To Risk Everyone To Promote Peace And Offer Help To Some Of The World's Most Vulnerable And Needy People."

The UN Chief Lit A Candle In Honor Of The 115 Colleagues From 43 Different Countries. Espinosa Expressed Its Deep Respect And Admiration For Their Dedication, Passion And Dedication To Humanity. She Said That Their Ultimate Sacrifice Will Never Be Forgotten.

Guterres Noted That Most Of The Fallen Were From The UN Peacekeeping Family," With Increasingly Complex And Deadlier Challenges" And The Vast Majority Came From African Countries, Which The ' Blue Helmet ' To Serve In One Of The Most Dangerous Environments In The World.

The Commitment And Sacrifice Of African Blue Helmets Is" A Clear Proof Of The Commitment And Sacrifice Of Our African Partners For Our Joint Pursuit Of Global Peace And Security," He Said.

He Also Noted The Tragic Loss Of 21 Colleagues Who Died In The Ethiopian Air Disaster In March And 19 Citizens Of Agencies, Funds And Programs.

People From 35 Countries Were On Flight ET 302 When The Boeing 737 Max Plane Crashed In A Field 60 Kilometers Southeast Of Addis Ababa.

After A Moment Of Silence, Guterres Said That The UN Has Worked Hard To Reduce The Risks Faced By Colleagues And To Promote" Better Individual Preparedness For Crises." And Providing 'improved Medical And Psychological Support'

We Work To Quickly Handle Claims And We Provide More Extensive Counseling, Care And Assistance To Survivors And Families, He Said. But I Am Aware That There Is Always More That We Can Do, And I Am Determined To Make Our Organization Evaluate And Continually Improve Our Workforce Safety And Care."

The Head Of The UN Said He Was" Outraged When Our Humanitarian And Peacekeeping Colleagues Were Directly Targeted," Adding That It Was" Essential That We Demand Justice And Liability For What Constitutes War Crimes In Many Cases."

He Called On The World Organization To Honor The Memory Of The Fallen" By Re-dedicating Ourselves To The Noble Cause Of Promoting Peace, Prosperity And Opportunities For Every Woman, Man, And Child On Earth."