Indian media report on resolution of the UN General Assembly on Education and Religious Tolerance

Tashkent, Uzbekistan ( -- Indian online publications published on their pages informational materials on the adoption of the resolution of the UN General Assembly "Education and Religious Tolerance".

Thus, the Indian Internet portal “India Blooms” published an article entitled “UN countries unanimously support the initiative of the President of Uzbekistan on education and religious tolerance”, which states that this initiative was first announced by the President of Uzbekistan at the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly in September 2017 in New York.

The publication states that the main purpose of the resolution proposed by Uzbekistan is to ensure universal access to education, the elimination of illiteracy and ignorance. The document is intended to “promote the establishment of tolerance and mutual respect, ensuring religious freedom, the protection of the rights of believers, and the prevention of their discrimination.

It is further emphasized that this resolution was not only unanimously supported by all UN member states, but was also co-authored by more than 50 countries in North and Latin America, Asia, Africa and other continents, which indicates high recognition by the international community of the urgency and timeliness of Uzbekistan’s initiative.

Diplomacy India, Diplomacy Today and Sarkaritel online publications have also published material on this topic. They emphasize the importance of the document in further enhancing international efforts to promote global dialogue in order to promote a culture of tolerance and peace at all levels based on respect for human rights and the diversity of religions and beliefs.

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