FROM THE UN SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Secretary-General will depart New York on 25 April for his official visit to India.
His first stop will be Delhi, where he will have meetings with the senior political leadership to discuss current regional and international issues and matters of global concern.
The Secretary-General will also receive an honorary doctorate degree from Jamia Millia Islamia University.
He will then visit Mumbai, where he will meet with Prithviraj Chavan, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, and meet with key business leaders committed to utilizing their expertise to promote the health of women and children.
The Secretary-General will also visit health facilities where he will have the opportunity to witness first-hand the progress being made in communities through his discussions with women, children and health workers.
The visit will conclude with an event hosted by Millennium Development Goals Advocates Mukesh Ambani and Ray Chambers, which will include the participation of representatives from government, the private sector, civil society, the creative community and the United Nations.
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Ban Ki-moon is the eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations.
UN Secretary-General addresses Press Conference in New Delhi
UN Secretary-General addresses Town Hall Meeting at UN House in New Delhi
UN Secretary-General calls on Prime Minister of India
UN Secretary-General meets Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan in Mumbai
UN Secretary-General meets India’s Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad
UN Secretary-General calls on Smt. Sonia Gandhi
UN Secretary-General visits two hospitals in Mumbai