Washington. US President Joe Biden is expected to raise the issue of reform of the UN Security Council while attending the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) this week. President's Security Advisor Jake Sullivan gave this information on Tuesday. He, however, did not respond to questions about Russia's permanent membership in the Security Council. Sullivan said, "This is not something that he (Biden) is going to raise tomorrow, although I think the world can see when a permanent member acts like this, it will lead to a UN Security Council (UNSC) move." The conscience gets hurt. Everyone should work together to pressure Moscow to change its stand.
"It is expected that the President will focus on reforming the UNSC, whether in public or privately with the Secretary-General of the United Nations," he said. We are working on it." The US has supported India's permanent membership in the Security Council several times. US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield said in an interview with the BBC that the US favors an expansion of the UN Security Council to include more representatives from the world. He expressed hope that China and Russia would agree with the US that it was time for a change in the UN Security Council.