new York [US], September 26 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged on Friday (local time) the United Nations to improve their efficiency and increase their reliability in order to be relevant, thus reiterating the implementation of reforms within the United Nations , started in 1945, after the end of the Second World War.
Noting that the UN must improve its effectiveness to maintain its relevance, the Prime Minister at the 76th UNGA said it is important that the global body is constantly strengthened to preserve “the world order, world laws and values global “.
In his remarks, Prime Minister Modi said that Acharya Chanakya said centuries ago that if the right job is not done at the right time, then the time needed destroys the success of that work. âIf the UN is to remain relevant, then it must improve its efficiency, increase its reliability,â he said.
In a press conference following the Prime Minister’s speech at the UNGA, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Saturday that a permanent seat and reform of the UN Security Council remained the top priority of India.
“It is possible that under the new UNGA president, the intergovernmental process will be stimulated and we will move towards text-based negotiations.” Shringla said India’s 75th anniversary coincides with the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. , this is the moment when the United Nations must assume its responsibility.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushed for reforms within the global body.
In 2014, during the 69th session of the UNGA, the Prime Minister urged all member countries to respect the commitment to UN reforms. He had said that institutions that reflect the constraints of the twentieth century may not be relevant.
Prime Minister Modi said: âAs we see now, distance is not isolation from challenges. And, they can arise from the shadows of conflicts and the deprivation of distant lands. that it is the bearer of greater credibility and legitimacy and that it will be more representative and more effective in achieving our objectives. .
Later, during his 74th UNGA speech in 2019, the Prime Minister defended the motto: collective efforts, for the growth of all, with the confidence of all (sabka sath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas). He also spoke of the need to give new direction and new energy to multilateralism and the United Nations.
Again at the 75th session of the UNGA in 2020, the Prime Minister stressed the serious need for soul-searching for the United Nations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised key points regarding the formation of the organ and the approach to conflict resolution. He also reiterated his previous position that the UN needs a renaissance.
He said that the Indian people have long awaited the completion of the United Nations reforms. âToday the Indian people are wondering if this reform process will ever reach its logical conclusion? International leaders created the world organization (UN) to keep the peace and prevent the abuses of war, develop friendly relations among nations, help nations work together to improve the lives of the poor, overcome hunger, disease and illiteracy, encourage respect for the rights and freedoms of everyone and be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations to achieve these objectives. (ANI)