Global Road Safety: GA President, WHO, Special Envoy | General Assembly Stakeout | United Nations

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Global Road Safety: GA President, WHO, Special Envoy | General Assembly Stakeout | United Nations” – below is their description.

Joint press stakeout by Abdulla Shahid, President of the General Assembly; Stewart Simonson, Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization; and Jean Todt, Special Envoy for Road Safety on Global Road Safety.

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