UN Security Council calls on India to prioritize stability

V Muraleedharan
V Muraleedharan

The Indian External Affairs Ministry has said that India’s credibility and efficiency at the global level have increased its chances of becoming a member of the Security Council. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said that India was the number one priority of the four major permanent members. Muraleedharan was responding to a question in the Lok Sabha.

India has become the most transparent and efficient country in the world. Hence, four out of five current permanent members disagree on the need for India to be on the Security Council. Muraleedharan said that India has gained world recognition for the peace and tranquility it has been pursuing for years.

Muraleedharan recalled Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the United Nations in 2015, which also had faith in China. Muraleedharan said India’s vision and vision as a broad and prosperous neighbor had expressed China’s hope for support in the global arena.

The Security Council currently has 5 permanent and 10 temporary members. This time India was summoned to the Security Council by consensus. India will be part of the conference from January 2021. India’s generosity towards peace efforts in the Asian region, global corona defense and assistance in space and defense research to the rest of the world has been lauded by all nations of the world.