President of UN General Assembly sympathizes destruction of lives due to floods in India
President of the 73rd session of UN General Assembly Maria Fernanda Espinosa has displayed sympathy with India overabundances wreaking destruction in the south and westward components of the nation.
Espinosa’s speaker Monica Grayley told she has “sent her condolences to the people and the Government of India after the monsoon floods in the southern and western parts of the country, which drove to over 140 deaths, and hundreds of thousands of persons being depleted.” She stated the president of the UN General Assembly communicated her solidarity to all of those who were influenced by the natural catastrophe.
Outpourings in the southern Indian region of Kerala and Karnataka and western lands of Maharashtra and Gujarat have so far declared 225 lives and lakhs of people had to be moved to shelter. Kerala alone considered for 91 of these deaths.
Across the weekend, the President of the UN General Assembly tweeted to signify mourning over the loss of lives and destruction created by Typhoon Lekima in China that hit Zhejiang territory early on Saturday morning. Over a million individuals had to be abandoned in the region.
She also tweeted that the foreign association is ready to support China if needed.