UN Day marks the anniversary of the UN Charter, established in 1945.
The UN is an intergovernmental organization that aims to promote international cooperation and peace. It has 193 member states and works in a wide range of issues, from human rights to climate change.
The UN has been involved in some of the most important moments in history, such as the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the negotiation of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
On United Nations Day, we celebrate the achievements of this important institution and reaffirm our commitment to working together for a better world.