Zelensky's question, why Japan, India, and Ukraine are not permanent members of the Security Council

Zelensky's question, why Japan, India, and Ukraine are not permanent members of the Security Council

United Nations. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky asked why India, Japan, Brazil, and the United Nations are not permanent members of the Security Council. Zelensky said that "the day will surely come when it will be solved." Ukraine's president said in his pre-recorded message during the general debate of global leaders at the UN General Assembly on Wednesday: "A lot has been talked about reforming the United Nations. How will all this be resolved? There was no result." “A closer look at our peace thread, you will find that its implementation is already under the real reform of the United Nations. Our formula is universal and connects the world from the north to the south. It encourages increasing representation of people in the world who have never been heard."

He said, only Ukraine is saying this. Have you ever heard such words from Russia? While he is a permanent member of the Security Council. for which reason? After all, what is the reason that Japan, Brazil, Turkey, India, Germany, or Ukraine are not its members? The day will surely come when this issue will be resolved." India has been at the forefront of efforts at the United Nations to push for urgently pending reforms in the Security Council. India itself has asserted that it deserves a place as a permanent member of the Security Council.

Currently, the United Nations Security Council consists of five permanent members and 10 non-permanent member states, who are elected by the United Nations General Assembly for two-year terms. The five permanent members are Russia, Britain, China, France, and the United States. These countries have the power to veto (withhold) any original proposal. Recently there has been a growing demand to increase the number of permanent members.

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