– There are two messages for India: one is ‘thank you’, the other is that we still have high hopes for you

United Nations: The Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission ahead of next month’s summit of UN peacekeepers in the South Korean capital, Seoul. Jean-Pierre Lacroix said: “He has two messages for India, one of the biggest contributors to UN peacekeeping: India is to thank because India is one of the biggest contributors to us in this area. Indeed. In the U.S., it is supporting us (UNO) in every field. India has always been with us, be it in the political arena, increase in efficiency or commitment in any other area.

“I also remember the sacrifices made by the Indian soldiers who joined the UN peacekeeping force,” Lacroix told reporters in a recent interview with the UNO. Those who have sacrificed their lives during the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission.

My second message to India is that we still have high hopes from you. You have the power we need and that’s why we hope you have it.

The chief of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force further said that India also has the ability to help us. He has qualified peacekeepers. It is also likely to do well in the United Nations Peacekeeping Force and the United Nations Police Force. And its women police or women soldiers in both these areas can also be helpful.

“We expect India to send peacekeeping forces with its senior officers, especially senior women officers,” Lacroix clarified at the press conference.

He further said that India also has computational technology which can be helpful for UN peacekeeping.

He further said that UN peacekeeping personnel are called blue-berets or blue-helmets. Because they wear a brown beret or a brown helmet. India has a lot to contribute to this force. India is the third largest military contributor to the peace process. As of September this year, a total of 17 UN peacekeeping missions have been conducted. India is the third largest military contributor with 9,81 soldiers.