In the 100th episode of his monthly radio show “Mann Ki Baat,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay on Sunday.
In addition to congratulating his countrymen on the remarkable journey of the 100th episode of “Mann Ki Baat,” the Director-General of UNESCO also asked some queries on education and cultural preservation in India.
“I have received another special message from Audrey Azoulay, DG, UNESCO regarding ‘Mann Ki Baat’. She has wished all the countrymen for this wonderful journey of 100th episode,” PM Modi said during his 100th Mann Ki Baat address.
Audrey Azoulay is a French civil servant and politician who has been serving as the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) since 2017, becoming the second female leader of the organization.
Speaking to PM Modi in his radio broadcast today, the UNESCO Chief said, “Dear Prime Minister, on behalf of UNESCO, I thank you for this opportunity to be part of the hundredth episode of the Mann Ki Baat radio broadcast. UNESCO and India have a long common history. We have very strong partnerships together in all areas of our mandate education, science, culture and information.