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Dr. Bobby K. Kalotee Chairman Nassau County Human Rights Commission attended the 72nd Regular Session of the UN General Assembly in New York from Sept 25 to Sept 29. Bobby had the honor to meet and greet so many world leaders. Here he is seen with Sergey V. Lavrov, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

Please click here to see the speech by Mr. Sergey V. Lavrov, and comment on what Mr. Sergey V. Lavrov had to say.
Statement Summary:
SERGEY V. LAVROV, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, recalled a 2016 resolution stating that it was unacceptable to interfere in States’ internal affairs and rejecting the extraterritorial use of national laws. Yet, some States, which were in the minority, were trying to dominate, guided by the logic of unipolarity. Expressing support for parts of the speech delivered by the President of the United States this week — in which he had underscored the importance of respecting sovereignty — he said he agreed that countries with different cultures could not only coexist, but work together. The Russian Federation had always abided by the principles of sovereignty, mutual respect and the equality of peoples, he said, noting that some Western States — including those in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) — were trying restore the climate of the cold war. That group had expanded its presence in the East, provoked instability in the post-Soviet area and created anti-Russian sentiment, he said, describing those actions as the roots of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Even under those conditions, he said the Russian Federation sought to implement the Minsk Agreements and work constructively. Among other things, it had drafted a resolution calling for a United Nations mission to protect observers to the Minsk Agreements. Warning nations not to allow the freedom of expression to be used as a pretext for glorifying fascists or permitting neo‑Nazi activities, he called for the establishment of a barrier against terrorists and extremists. In addition, “civilized Europe” was allowing monuments to past heroes to be removed and languages to be suppressed.
Today, the arsenal of many Western States was not but “rough pressure”, he said. The United States was imposing new restrictions against Iran which were extraterritorial in nature and threatened the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Condemning the recent nuclear activities of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, he nevertheless cautioned against “military hysteria”, which could lead to disaster. There was no alternative to a diplomatic solution, he said, calling on States to support the road map proposed by the Russian Federation and China. It was also unacceptable to interfere in the domestic affairs of Venezuela, as attempts to use ultimatums outside of the United Nations Charter had never led to good. Indeed, many of today’s challenges had resulted from attempts to remove regimes, and had ultimately opened space for terrorism.
In that regard, he underscored the need to fight not only ISIL/Da’esh but also Al-Nusra, which, for some reason, was being spared by the international community. Recalling the outcome of the recent Astana summit on de-escalation zones in Syria, he called on all parties to commit to dialogue with a view to eliminating the terrorist hotbed and restoring Syria’s unity and territorial integrity. All uses of chemical weapons must be investigated honestly and impartially without the manipulation of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), he said, adding that the Russian Federation had maintained its balanced approach to all conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere.
In that vein, he emphasized the need to restore Palestinian unity, pledging that the Russian Federation would continue to cooperate with the parties including through the Middle East Quartet. More broadly, he warned that it was an illusion to try to create “separate islands of security”. The main responsibility for security, including in the fight against terrorism, was borne by States, as provided for in the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. The Russian Federation was committed to working towards the goal of a world free of nuclear weapons under the existing Non-Proliferation Treaty regime, but that process must take into account the realities of the world and allow for national security. Cyberspace must not become another forum for conflict between States or spreading terrorist ideology, he said, noting that his country had prepared a draft of a convention for counteracting cybercrimes, including hacking. Calling on all nations to adapt to global changes through a collaborative approach, he said they must also ensure that the world order was both just and democratic, and took into account the interest of all States without exception.
With the meeting in Helsinki it will be interesting to talk with them at the next UN session."President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed Monday that the two leaders discussed Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, although the Russian leader denied that his government tried to sabotage the election and Trump offered little pushback to the autocrat’s claims.
Concluding their first formal one-one-one summit here Monday, Trump said his message regarding the Russian interference “was a message best delivered in person” during the meeting, during which the two leaders “spent a great deal of time” discussing the Kremlin’s interference. Putin insisted publicly that the “Russian state has never interfered and is not going to interfere in internal American affairs,” and Trump declined to dispute his assertions, instead saying Putin “has an interesting idea” about the issue of interference."
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On International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the US’ first wellness centre via video conferencing. A gift from ‘Bharat to the US’, as Essel Group Chairman Dr. Subhash Chandra put it, YO1 wellness centre is spread over 400,000 sq. ft. Derived from Sanskrit word ‘Yauvan’ or youthfulness, the centre has Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Acupunture and Physiotherapy as part of its facilities. Addressing the gathering, Modi said yoga has no religion.

He said yoga is a binding force, and he was hopeful it would bring the world together. Modi said it was the fourth International Yoga Day today and in the past three years, it had become a mass movement. Calling it a philosophy, Modi said yoga wasn’t just about asanas or chanting of some mantras. He said it brought about changes in lifestyle, changes which lasted a lifetime. ”Yoga symbolises connection. I am happy that the Essel Group has chosen the International Day of Yoga for the inauguration of the YO1 wellness centre,” he said.

In attendance by video conference were India PM Modi, Friends for Good Health Chairman Bobby Kalotee, Essel Group Chairman Dr. Subhash Chandra, many business leaders, members of the NYS senate who honored Dr. Subhash Chandra in the senate for providing jobs and economic growth for Sullivan County and the town of Monticello
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Zee business news with Bobby Kalotee https://www.facebook.com/zeebusinessonline/videos/1997352320276595/ covered the grand opening of YO1.

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NYS Senators honors Bobby Kalotee, Dr. Subash Chandra and Mr. Chatwal for providing jobs and economic growth in the town of Monticello Sullivan County NY where Dr. Chandra's new venture https://www.yo1.com/ is located.
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it was Honor to Join with so many Distinguished elected and political leaders from all over the state in support of Congressman Hon.Don Donovan, NYS Conservative party Chairman Mike Long, NYS Reform party Chairman Curtis Sliwa ,SI Reform party Secretary Hon.Frankie Morano, NYS Republican party chairman Ed Cox, Congreesman Hon. Peter King, Staten Island Borough President James Steven Oddo, Assembly member, Nicole Malliotakis, Assemblyman Ron Castorina Junior, NYS Senator Martin Golden, Former Congressman Vito Fossela, Joe Piscopo radio host, of course my dear friend Former Mayor of NYC Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's personal attorney (Americas Mayor) and Chairman Bobby K. Kalotee Friends for Good Health. The MC of the event was Joe Piscopo actor, TV and movie star.
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Today I joined our Greek community in new York 5th Ave.to celebrate Independence day.Many of our elected officials attended this great parade Gov. Andrew Coumo, Mayor Bill De Blasio, Nassau County D.A. Madeline Singas, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), George James Tsunis Chairman NUMC, Reform Party Chairman Hon.Curtis Sliwa, U.S.Senator Chuck Schumer, Hon.Latisha James, Police Commissioner James O'Neal NYC, Jim Sherlock and many other distinguished leaders said Mr.Bobby Kalotee Chairman Friends for good health.
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Great celebration of Sikh culture on a very special day Vaisakhi. Congratulations to all Tri State areas, Gurdwaras Sahib Jee. It was a unified Sikh parade from all the organizations.I was very happy to Welcome our friend and family member Former Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S Grewal became the nation's first Sikh state attorney general after the state Senate approved his nomination with a vote of 29-0. It was my Honor to welcome our Hon. Ravinder S. Bhalla as the first Sikh mayor of the city of Hoboken, New Jersey.Thank you to all the organisations to invite me to this great celebrations.Special thank you to NYC Human Right Commissioner Mr.G.S.Kang and Kuldip Singh Dhillon President of Sikh Cultures society of NY.
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Thank you to the Pacoli organisation to Honor me with very distinguished honorees on there Pacoli Leadership Award April 2018 Hon.Tom Suozi Congressman,Hon.Steve Balone Suffolk county executive ,Hon.Jon Kaiman D.C.E.Suffolk county, Geraldine Hart, the first female police commissioner in Suffolk County's history, Hon. Philip Ramos assemblyman Deputy Speaker,Mr. Raja Ali Ejaz, Consul General of Pakistan New York.Special thanks to my friend Bashir Qamar for his leadership and work in the community for better tomorrow
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Today i joined the Gov. Andrew Cuomo, North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Senator Brook, Senator Michael Gianaris, Nassau County Democratic Party Chairman Jay Jacobs, Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan, North Hempstead Councilwoman Vivian Russel, Nassau County Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum said chairman Bobby Kalotee.
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