Answer :

1. True

UNGA discusses issues like environment, disarmament etc. The members take important decisions and come up with important policies of global concern.


2. False.


All nations of Un have same status. There is no discrimination based on geographical location or economy etc.


3. False.


For the resolution to be passed there must be assent of all the permanent members. Even if a single nation uses veto then it adds a negative vote and hinders the resolution from being passed.


4. True.


India has participated in bringing issues like decolonization, disarmament, racial segregation on the United Nations platform. India was the first country to raise the question of racism in the United Nations.


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