The United Nations is a total of 193 member states. However, there are only 6 official languages of the UN, including English.
Eighty countries, including India, have repeatedly insisted that UN reports and official information be published in languages other than these six. As well as the UN in this regard. The resolution was also tabled in the General Assembly.
The resolution was passed by the UN yesterday in the General Assembly. Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali are mentioned in the resolution proposing multilingual use.
Thus, multilingualism is recognized as one of the fundamental principles of the UN, and the UN Indian Ambassador to the UN DS Krishnamurthy also thanked the Secretary-General.
The official languages of the United Nations are English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, and Chinese, and the official languages of the United Nations Secretariat are English and French.