India and US will work together in UNSC
India and US in UNSC: India-US have agreed to work together for two years in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). The US has said that it will make significant efforts to get permanent membership of UNSC to India.
- Last Updated:October 30, 2020, 2:39 PM IS
India and the United States held important talks on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). In this conversation, a wide range of topics related to the agenda of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) were discussed. The United States has agreed to work together in view of the shared values of democracy, pluralism and rule-based international order. India and the United States discussed issues related to the UN Security Council here on 28–29 October and agreed to work together during India’s upcoming term as a non-permanent member of the UNSC during 2021–22.
Both countries will cooperate with each other in UNSC
Giving this information, the Indian Embassy in Washington DC said that the two sides discussed extensively on the issues of the UN Security Council agenda and recent developments. They agreed to work together as a non-permanent member of UNSC in India’s upcoming term. The two countries agreed to work together in view of their shared values of democracy, pluralism and rule-based international order.
The Indian Embassy said that Vinay Kumar, Additional Secretary (International Organization and Summit), Ministry of External Affairs, held an Indian delegation in Washington, DC on 28–29 October 2020 to consult with the United States State Government officials on issues related to the UN Security Council Led. The UNSC has 15 members, including five permanent members – the US, UK, France, Russia and China with five permanent members. China is the only permanent member of the UNSC who opposes India’s involvement in this powerful organ. Half of the 10 non-permanent members are elected every year for a two-year term.