Its officials fairly believe if the United Nations is stronger, the world benefits greater. The complex globe can be improved with interventions of a multifaceted organization only which is able to treat multiple sores of the ever changing world. Therefore it is important the UN blue flag should bring together as many stakeholders as possible.
The numerous UN bodies, such as the UNESCO — The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the WHO – The World Health Organization, the ECOSOC – The United Nations Economic and Social Council, deal with exactly this challenging diversity. This is why, for example, nongovernmental organizations are invited to use their expertise, consult the bodies and join the army under the blue flag.
This year, the world replied to the call from the UN to help mark its 70th anniversary, and well-known monuments, buildings, landscapes, museums, bridges, and other landmarks across the globe were lit up blue on UN Day, 24 October 2015. Having lit them in celestial blue, millions of Earthmen saw not only the beauty of the Sidney Opera House, Pyramids in Egypt, Great Wall of China, Hermitage in Saint-Petersburg, Christ the Redeemer in Brazil, and other places of universal grandeur, but also the global unity of UN supporters and their determined wish to fight evil in all its earthly diversity and firmly stand for ideals of peace.
Vice President, RuMSS