Well i know there are a lot of haters on gag but still what do you think of India's candidature for the UN security council the reforms are coming up on Monday and India among the G4 has the support of every nation of the UN except for Pakistan.
- i support India.33% (1)92% (12)81% (13)Vote
- i dont support India.67% (2)8% (1)19% (3)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
why should we support them when they are holding innocent people from UN countries accusing them of terrorism and keeping them for over 2 years with no end in sight?0
Most Helpful Guy
Apparently India's bid for a permanent position in the UN's Security Council was reaffirmed by the US days after the General Assembly adopted a negotiating text for the long-pending reforms of the powerful wing of the world body.
The reaffirmation from the United States comes in the backdrop of the maiden India-US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue which was held yesterday.
Notwithstanding, apprehensions appearing in certain quarters following recent developments at the UN headquarters in New York, the US said, it supports India as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.
"The US Side reaffirmed its support for a reformed UN Security Council with India as a permanent member," said the joint statement issued after the conclusion of the Strategic and Commercial Dialogue at the Foggy Bottom headquarters of the State Department.
Both sides committed to ensuring that the Security Council continues to play an effective role in maintaining international peace and security as envisioned in the UN Charter, it said.
According to the joint statement, both India and the US are committed to continued engagement on Security Council reform in the UN Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN) on Security Council Reform.
India-US partnership is a significant contributor to the peace, stability and prosperity in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific regions and around the globe, the statement said.
Building on successful cooperation in Asia, the two countries welcomed continued cooperation under the Joint Strategic Vision for the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region agreed by US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The US also commended India's leadership in evacuating foreign nationals including US citizens, from conflict in Yemen, as well as cooperation between the US and India on providing post-earthquake relief in Nepal.
India and the US resolved that they would work as partners in responding to the needs of civilians in global crises.
Both countries also welcomed Japan's participation in the MALABAR 2015 naval exercise later this year.
Pledging to continue high level consultations on Afghanistan, both the countries agreed that a sovereign, independent and prosperous Afghanistan is in the interest of peace and security in the region, and will contribute to the global efforts to combat terrorism and extremism.
But then again, I don't know much about politics!0