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India elected to UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee, will have a tenure of four years, know what is its importance?

India at UNESCO: India was on Thursday elected to the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Cultural Organization. Its tenure here will be of four years. A week before this, India was re-elected to the Executive Board of UNESCO. Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi said in a tweet, “I am happy to announce that India has selected the World Heritage Committee from the Asia Pacific region.” won the seat. I thank all my supporters for this historic victory.

‘India at Unesco’ tweeted that India (2021-25) was elected to the World Heritage Committee with 142 votes for a four-year term. Earlier on November 17, India was re-elected to the Executive Board of UNESCO for the term 2021-25.

Congratulating India on this victory, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “A good day for Indian diplomacy. We have been elected to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for 2021-25.

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