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Why Japan, India and Ukraine are not permanent members of the Security Council: Zelensky

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The United Nations . Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked why India, Japan, Brazil and the United Nations are not permanent members of the Security Council. Zelensky said “the day will surely come when it will be solved”. Ukraine’s president said in his pre-recorded message during the general debate of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday: “A lot of talk has been done in terms of reforming the United Nations.” How will all of this be resolved? No results came out.

“A closer look at our common thread of peace, you will see that its implementation is already part of the real reform of the United Nations. Our thread is universal and connects the world from north to south. It encourages a growing representation of people around the world who have never been heard. He said that only Ukraine says that. Have you ever heard such words from Russia? While he is a permanent member of the Security Council. Why? After all, what is the reason why Japan, Brazil, Turkey, India, Germany or Ukraine are not among them. The day will surely come when this problem will be solved.

The demand for an increase in the number of permanent members has intensified

India has been at the forefront of efforts to push for urgent reforms in the United Nations Security Council. India itself has insisted that it deserves a place as a permanent member of the Security Council. Currently, the United Nations Security Council consists of five permanent members and 10 non-permanent member states, who are elected by the United Nations General Assembly for a two-year term. The five permanent members are Russia, Britain, China, France and the United States. These countries have the power to veto (withhold) any original proposal. Recently, the demand for increasing the number of permanent members is increasing.

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