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Thursday, 16 January 2020

China's new approach to India's permanent membership of the UN Security Council

China's new approach to India's permanent membership of the UN Security Council



China, while trying to downplay the claim for permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council of India and Brazil, said that there was great discrimination on the issue and also supported the package solution.  It is noteworthy that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday (January 15), during his visit to Delhi, supported the permanent membership of India and Brazil in the Security Council.  Reacting to Lavrov's statement, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said there were differences among UN member states on the issue of reforming the world body.

 China is one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and has veto power.  China has been postponing India's attempt for permanent membership of the Security Council, a powerful body of the United Nations, citing lack of consensus for years, while the other four permanent members - the United States, Britain, France and Russia - have backed Delhi's membership.  Pakistan's close and friendly country, Pakistan, has opposed India's permanent membership.

 India, Germany, Brazil and Japan have formed the G4 group to work together and press for permanent membership of the UN Security Council.  China, however, has supported India for a temporary member of the Security Council for the year 2021-22.  Geng said on Thursday (January 16) that the reform of the Security Council is important because it is linked to the long-term development of the United Nations and the interest of all members.

"There are big differences between the parties on this issue and there is no consensus on reform," he said.  Therefore China will work with member countries to seek a package solution so that the interests of all parties can be accommodated through dialogue and consultation. "

 Geng said that the United Nations Security Council is the center of international collective security response and that any reform to make it efficient must be in accordance with the United Nations Declaration and be represented by developing countries so that small and medium-sized countries also make the decision of the Security Council  Be involved in the process.

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