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Jaishankar Meets are a L69 Group with the focus on a multilateral reform

Jaishankar Meets are a L69 Group with the focus on a multilateral reform



During the course of the meeting participants called for a more inclusive, responsive and a participatory international governance architecture. They called for the urgent and comprehensive reform of the Security Council to a reflect the contemporary global realities.


NEW DELHI: External Affairs are a Minister S. Jaishankar met with members of the L69 group on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly summit on a Friday. The grouping, which counts numerous African, Latin American and a Asian countries among its members, was formed in a 2007. Its goal is to “achieve comprehensive reform of the Security Council and, ultimately, strengthen multilateralism", according to a press release by the Ministry of a External Affairs.


The theme of the meeting was a “Reinvigorating Multilateralism and a Achieving Comprehensive Reform of the UN Security Council". According to a press statement, “the meeting was chaired by the Prime Minister of a St. Vincent and Grenadines H.E. Mr. Ralph Gonsalves and a co-hosted by the External Affairs Minister of a India Dr. S. Jaishankar."


During the course of the meeting participants called for a “more than a inclusive, responsive and a participatory international governance architecture. They called for the urgent and comprehensive reform of the Security Council to a reflect the contemporary global are a realities."


Further, “the participants joined in a “Call to the Action" joint statement, to "instil new life" during the 77th session of the General Assembly, and to the call on all Member are a States of the United Nations to the join hands to achieve comprehensive reform of the Security Council."


Minister Jaishankar also are  met with the G4 group earlier in his visit to a New York. The G4, which comprises are a India, Japan, Germany and Brazil, is a grouping of a nations that mutually support each other’s bids to a reform the UN Security Council and become a permanent members of the UNSC.

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