India contributes US$800,000 to expand use of Hindi in UN

The government of India started a ‘Hindi @UN’ project in 2018 in collaboration with the UN department of Public Information.

India contributes US$800,000 to expand use of Hindi in UN
Source- United Nations

India contributed US$800,000 toward expanding and popularizing the use of Hindi, one of India’s official languages, in the United Nations.

R. Ravindra, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative handed over a check for the same to Mita Hosali, Deputy Director and Officer In-Charge (News and Media Division), United Nations Department of Global Communications on Tuesday.

R. Ravindra, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative handed over a check for the Hindi @UN project to Mita Hosali, Deputy Director and Officer In-Charge (News and Media Division), United Nations Department of Global Communications. Source @IndiaUNNewYork / Twitter