Russia has backed India’s bid to become a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, a global organization tasked with ensuring international peace and security. During his address to the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov mentioned this.

He said that the security council could be more democratic if it included people from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He also said that India and Brazil should be considered for permanent seats on the UN Security Council.


“We see the possibility of making the Security Council more democratic by including countries from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. India and Brazil, in particular, are important international actors who should be considered for permanent membership in the UN Security Council, “he was cited as saying by the news agency ANI.

In a joint statement on the Security Council, India, along with 31 other nations, called for reforms in its working processes, which it said were essential to making this body more representative, legitimate, and effective, and delegations repeated. The people who signed the joint declaration said that in order for the United Nations to work in the modern world, the Security Council needs to be reformed quickly and completely.

Lavrov further statements

During his address to the Assembly, Lavrov again chastised the West for “throwing a tantrum” over the referendum on joining the federation being held in Russian-controlled portions of Ukraine in the midst of a seven-month-long war. Russian-installed authorities in Ukraine’s Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia regions have declared plans for the elections, which are set to take place on Tuesday.

According to UN News, the Russian Foreign Minister said that the crisis surrounding the war was getting worse and that the international situation was getting worse quickly, but instead of having an honest conversation and trying to find a solution, the West was “undermining confidence in international institutions” and encouraging negative tendencies within the UN.

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