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China, Russia want greater role for India, Brazil and South Africa in UNSC reform


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China, Russia want greater role for India, Brazil and South Africa in UNSC reform

China, Russia want greater role for India, Brazil and South Africa in UNSC reform

Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar has blamed China for blocking New Delhi’s bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. However, the… 23.09.2022, Sputnik International

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China and Russia have said they support the aspirations of India, Brazil and South Africa to play a “greater role” at the UN, as foreign ministers from the BRICS states – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – gathered for their annual meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday. The statement also underscored the “significance” of the role of the G-20 group of nations in ensuring that the global governance system remains “inclusive” in representing the interests of developing countries. “They expressed their firm belief that the G20 should continue to operate in a productive manner, focusing on delivering concrete results, taking decisions by consensus,” the joint statement said, which also expressed support for the presidency. of the G20 ahead of the Bali summit in October. In another meeting attended by the foreign ministers of India, Brazil, Japan and Germany, the four senior diplomats focused exclusively on Security Council reforms l.IGN is an intra-UN group in charge of the UN Security Council reform process. “progressively move the process towards text-based negotiations” by taking the reform process to its logical conclusion. hostilities in Ukraine, as he pointed out that the “consequences” of Western sanctions against Russia were being felt around the world.

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Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar has blamed China for blocking New Delhi’s bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. However, the interests of the two Asian powers have increasingly converged since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, as Western sanctions against Russia have affected post-COVID recovery in the global south.

China and Russia have said they support the aspirations of India, Brazil and South Africa to play a “greater role” at the UN, as foreign ministers from the BRICS states – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – gathered for their annual meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday.

A joint statement released after the meeting said “comprehensive reform” of the UN, including the Security Council, was needed to make the global institution more representative, effective and efficient to deal with current global challenges.

The statement also underscored the “significance” of the role of the G-20 group of nations in ensuring that the global governance system remains “inclusive” in representing the interests of developing countries.

“They expressed their firm belief that the G20 should continue to operate in a productive manner, focusing on delivering concrete results, taking decisions by consensus,” the joint statement said, which also expressed support for the presidency. Indonesian G20 before the Bali Summit in October.

India's Ambassador to the UN Ruchira Kamboj speaks at the UNSC meeting on terrorism.  - Sputnik International, 1920, 23.08.2022

India warns of ‘danger’ of UN being ‘replaced’ unless Security Council is urgently reformed

In another meeting attended by the foreign ministers of India, Brazil, Japan and Germany, the top four diplomats focused exclusively on reforms in the Security Council.

The four countries, known as the G4, said “ongoing conflicts around the world” and interconnected global challenges have underscored the “urgency” of carrying out reforms in the Security Council and expanding the composition of other decision-making bodies. create groups so that they are more representative of the interests of developing countries.

The IGN is an intra-UN group responsible for the reform process of the UN Security Council.

The foreign ministers alleged that some parties had tried to block the reform of the composition of the United Nations Security Council, and they supported the process of “gradually moving the process towards text-based negotiations” by bringing the reform process to its logical conclusion.

“The G4 ministers reiterated that expanding the Security Council to permanent and non-permanent categories is essential to making the body more representative, legitimate and effective,” the joint statement suggests.

Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, who heads New Delhi’s delegation to the United Nations General Assembly this year, again called on Thursday for an “immediate end” to hostilities in Ukraine, stressing that the “consequences” of the Western sanctions against Russia were underway. generally felt.

“We have all suffered its consequences in terms of rising costs and real shortages of food grains, fertilizers and fuel. On this point too, there are good reasons to worry about what awaits us. The countries of the South, in particular, are feeling the pain very acutely,” Jaishankar said during India’s statement at a UNSC meeting on Ukraine.



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