France has backed its support to India’s permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council, saying that the expansion of the council is the ‘first important part’ of its improvement. France has assumed the chairmanship of the United Nations Security Council for the month of March. India has long been seeking reforms in the United Nations Security Council with Brazil, Germany, and Japan, and has long emphasized that it deserves to be a permanent member of the Council.
The permanent members of the Security Council and members of the Security Council of fifteen members had submitted a new proposal to the Council with America and Britain last month to declare Masood Azhar, the leader of Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed, a global terrorist. Reiterating his support for India, Germany, and Japan for permanent membership of the Council, France said that the expanding Council in both the permanent and non-permanent categories of the United Nations powerful organization is the ‘first important part’ in the direction of reform.
France’s local representative François Daltrey said in a press conference here on Friday that we want an extension of the Security Council in both non-permanent and permanent categories, with the equitable representation of India, Brazil, Germany and Japan, and Africa, and this is its The first important part is. In a joint press conference with Germany’s Ambassador to Christopher Hessen, Daltrey said that the key to the reform of the United Nations opens through three areas, such as the expansion of the 15-member Council, participation and openness for civil society. Germany will chair the council in April.