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CAG of India signs 11 UN Audit reports- (Press Information Bureau) (28 Jul 2016)


Comptroller & Auditor General of India, is currently in New York to attend the 70thRegular Session of the United Nations' Board of Auditors, held at the UN headquarters, New York. Shri. Shashi Kant Sharma, along with Auditor Generals of Tanzania, Shri. Mussa Juma Assad and of the United Kingdom, Shri. Amyas Morse approved and signed 11 UN Audit reports today, as approved by the Board. These reports will be presented to the General Assembly of the UN and to other governing bodies. The reports cover important UN bodies e.g. UNICEF, UNDP, UNHCR, UN-WOMEN, UNOPS and UN Headquarters among others.


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