India in UNSC On Terrorism: India has once again targeted Pakistan without naming it over cross-border terrorism. India has called for international solidarity to hold accountable countries that use cross-border terrorism. India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ruchira Kamboj told the UN Security Council on Thursday that states that use cross-border terrorism to serve narrow political purposes must be held accountable. Pakistan’s speech stopped with this roar of India on the issue of terror. At the same time, Japan also stood with India.
India said all countries must stand together against threats like terrorism and it should not include double standards for political gains. Without naming Pakistan, Ruchira said sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations must be protected from terrorism and other aggression, including cross-border terrorism, to enforce the rule of law at the international level. Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi also backed India, saying the rule of law is the fundamental foundation of modern nation states and it should rest on trust among nations. “If agreements are not followed in harmony, there is no rule of law and jungle raj comes to the world,” he said.
The United Nations also warned the world.
Un Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also warned the world that “we face a grave threat of a regime of anarchy”. From the illegal development of nuclear weapons to the illegal use of force, various countries are flouting international law. He focused on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, saying it has created a humanitarian and human rights catastrophe, traumatized a generation of children and intensified the global food and energy crisis.
India reaffirms claim in UN Security Council
India’s Ruchira Kamboj did not directly mention the situation in Ukraine, but said the rule of law requires that countries respect each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as they hope to respect their own sovereignty. At the same time, he reiterated India’s claim of reform of the UNITED Nations Security Council. There is also a need to reform international institutions of global governance to strengthen the rule of law, including those responsible for the maintenance of international peace and security, Kamboj said. Our objective of strengthening the rule of law based on the old-fashioned framework will not be fully successful. India has also completed its two-year temporary term in the UNITED Nations Security Council during this period.
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