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UN Adopts Resolution on Multilingualism, Mentions Hindi for First Time

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In a first, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has adopted an India-sponsored resolution on multilingualism that mentions the Hindi language for the first time. 

The resolution passed on 10 June 2022 urges the United Nations to continue spreading vital communications and messages in both official and non-official languages, including Hindi.

  • According to India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations T. S. Tirumurti, multilingualism is acknowledged as a basic principle of the United Nations and expressed gratitude to the Secretary-General for supporting multilingualism.
  • He said, for the first time, the Hindi language is mentioned in the resolution besides Bangla and Urdu.
  • Mr. Tirumurti said, since 2018, India has provided an extra-budgetary contribution to the UN Department of Global Communications to mainstream and consolidate news and multimedia content in the Hindi language.
  • As part of these efforts, 'Hindi @ UN' project was launched in 2018 with an objective to enhance the public outreach of the United Nations in the Hindi language and to spread greater awareness about global issues among millions of Hindi-speaking populations around the world.
  • Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish are the six official languages of the United Nations.
  •  English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat.

 Status of Hindi Language in the World 

  • According to the 22nd edition of the world language database Ethnologue, Hindi is the 3rd most spoken language of the world in 2019 with 615 million speakers.
  • English was the most spoken language in the world with 1,132 million speakers. 
  • Chinese Mandarin is in second position with 1,117 million speakers.
  • Bangla has been ranked as the 7th most spoken language of the world. Bangla has 228 million native speakers.
  • Ethnologue brings out a yearly database of living languages of the world since its establishment in 1951.

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