On Wednesday, speaking to the press, the representative acknowledged the achievement that not only marks India’s presence on that satellite, but also symbolizes the aspirations of 1.4 billion Indians, she said.
Most significant, she added, is the broader message that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized, which points to an inherent humanity in everything the Asian nation does.
“He has also said that this success belongs to all humanity. This success is dedicated to all humanity, and India’s success should spur other countries in the global south to do the same,” he added.
The arrival of India’s first mission to the Moon also represents a historic moment for humanity, with access to unexplored territory near the South Pole of the natural satellite.
Kamboj recalled that a few days after this event, his country will host the G20 Summit in New Delhi, exactly on September 8 and 9.
“Our approach to global challenges is based on the idea of One Earth, One Family, One Future,” the same principle that guides collaboration within the United Nations, she said, while underscoring the perspective on the remarkable scientific achievement of Wednesday’s moon landing.