UN chief Antonio Guterres on Saturday urged world leaders to declare a "state of climate emergency" and shape greener growth after the coronavirus pandemic
Briefing the journalists in New York, the Deputy Spokesman of the UN Secretary-General, Farhan Aziz Haq said we have received the document, and we will study that.
Coronavirus is an "x-ray" that has revealed "fractures in the fragile skeleton of the societies we have built", he said.
"More than 820 million people are hungry," he said. "Some 144 million children under the age of five are stunted –- more than one in five children worldwide."
The information minister said India's extremist posture against the Muslim population is violation of human rights.
FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi has made a telephonic conversation with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to update him on the deteriorating situation in IOJK.
As for prevailing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir, he said the UN Secretary General believes in political solution to the issue.
The New York-based United Nations was founded at the end of the war in 1945 and has 193 member states.
Guterres warned that while the global outbreak of coronavirus may have caused a temporary drop in emissions that cause global warming, it would not end the problem and might even divert attention from the fight.
The 15-member Security Council met on Friday after 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in Idlib.