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India’s envoy to the UN TS Tirumurti has said that India’s performance as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council is an indication that the world needs India as a permanent member of the premier forum. India’s Permanent Representative to the world body TS Tirumurti said in a video that India has taken its place in the Security Council for the eighth time as an elected member and the biggest achievement of our presence in the Security Council so far in August We have been presiding.

India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations posted a special video in which India has told the world about its many achievements in the Security Council. The video gives information about the achievement of India’s visit as a non-permanent member of the Security Council in 2021.

In which the chair of the 15-nation council in August includes details related to issues such as terrorism, UN peacekeeping missions, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Africa, West Asia and climate action.

TS Tirumurti said that our performance again indicates that the world needs India as a permanent member of the premier forum. He has underlined the need for India to be given permanent membership with veto power in the United Nations Security Council.

In the same year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also became the first Indian Prime Minister to preside over the open debate of the United Nations Security Council. On August 9, he chaired a high-level session on the subject of maritime security and international cooperation.

This happened during India’s presidency of the Council in August when the situation in Afghanistan deteriorated rapidly and the Security Council needed to act on the issue without delay. TS Tirumurti Said that resolution 2593 on Afghanistan was adopted under the chairmanship of India.

Which says that the soil of Afghanistan should not be used for terrorism against other countries and that the authorities in Kabul will take action against all terrorists, including those designated by the 1267 Sanctions Committee. Significantly, India had also strongly opposed the efforts of some countries to bring the issue of climate change to the Security Council.

TS Tirumurti had said in the council meeting earlier this month that India is second to none in terms of climate action and climate justice, but the Security Council is not the place to discuss every issue. In fact, the attempt to do so appears to be motivated by a desire to evade responsibility at the appropriate forum, he had said.

TS Tirumurti said in the video that India has always been a supporter of democracy, be it in Myanmar or Africa and on issues affecting the developing world, India has been a strong voice to defend their interests.

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