Washington, September 23 (Punjab Mail)- US President Joe Biden has advocated for giving permanent representation to India, Germany and Japan in the United Nations Security Council. A senior official of the White House administration said that there is still a lot of work to be done on this side. In response to a question, the official said, “We have been advocating to make India, Germany and Japan permanent members of the Security Council before and will continue to do so.” Addressing the session of the General Assembly, UN. He reiterated his commitment to reform the Security Council.
Meanwhile, the President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, has invited India, Japan, Brazil and his own country to the UN. It has been criticized for not making permanent members of the Security Council. He said that “a day will come when this issue will be resolved.” Earlier, he was addressing the Aam Sabha session through a recorded message.