India, Brazil, Germany, Japan Ministers plan to review UN security council reform

Forty years since the Security Council Agenda was placed on the General Assembly agenda – Ministers from India, Brazil, Germany and Japan are now expressing their concerns with the security reform.

The Ministers of the G-4 countries met on Tuesday at the Indian Mission to the UN. The meeting was hosted by India’s External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj to review the reform progress.

The Ministers said in statement after the meeting that they spoke of “pathways to reform”. In the statement the Ministers said that they have tasked their diplomats to ways to advance the reform.

The four countries of the G-4 advocate for Council reform and mutually support each other for a permanent seat on an expanded Council, says ibtimes.com.

Source: Ib Times

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