India elected as Non-permanent member in UNSC
UNSC Elections News Update: We shall know about India’s election to non-permanent member of Security Council on Wednesday. Indian PM Modi upon having elected promised to promote global peace and security.
UNSC Elections News Update: We shall know about India’s election to non-permanent member of Security Council on Wednesday. Indian PM Modi upon having elected promised to promote global peace and security. As usual Pakistan showed hopelessness. USA congratulated India at its success.
UNSC Elections News Update
UNSC Elections: India got overwhelming support from members; India expresses happiness.
Non-permanent membership for India in the UN Security Council for a two-year term
UNSC Elections News Update Highlights
- India got non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council for a two-year term
- India along with Ireland, Mexico, and Norway elected for the Security Council elections
- The 55-member Asia-Pacific group unanimously endorsed the candidature of India
- India became a non-permanent member of the Council for eighth time
- Tirumurti gives credit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision and global leadership
- Two-year term of Belgium, Dominican Republic, Germany, Indonesia, and South Africa ends
- The United Nations Security Council has total 15 members including five permanent members and 10 non-permanent members
- New term starts from January 1 of the year 2021
- China, France, Russia, Britain, and the United States are five permanent members of UNSC
- USA congratulates India but Pakistan unhappy
UNSC Elections News Update: India receives thumping support
India got non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council for a two-year term after winning total 184 votes in the election of 192-member of General Assembly. Ireland, Mexico, and Norway have also won along with India, the Security Council elections held on Wednesday (June 17).
UNSC Elections News Update: Who endorsed India’s candidature?
Member States elect India to the non-permanent seat of the Security Council for the term 2021-22 with overwhelming support.
India gets 184 out of the 192 valid votes polled. pic.twitter.com/Vd43CN41cY
— India at UN, NY (@IndiaUNNewYork) June 17, 2020
India had claimed its candidature for a non-permanent seat from the Asia-Pacific category for the term of 2021-22. India was the sole candidate vying for the lone seat from the grouping and declared won. The 55-member Asia-Pacific grouping, including China and Pakistan, in June last year unanimously endorsed the candidature of New Delhi.
Earlier terms of India in security council?
It is not the first time, but India has been earlier elected as a non-permanent member of the Council for the years 1950-1951, 1967-1968, 1972-1973, 1977-1978, 1984-1985, 1991-1992 and for 2011-2012.
UNSC Elections News Update: EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar greets
Expressing happiness, Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, TS Tirumurti said that India has received huge support in the election for a non-permanent member of the Security Council. External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar, while conveying his greetings on India’s victory congratulated the Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations and the Ministry of External Affairs for their good work.
UNSC Elections News Update: India gets overwhelming support
Tirumurti said that our election in Security Council in the COVID-19 epidemic era came true due to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision and global leadership. On this success of India, TS Tirumurti in a video message said, the member countries of the Council elected India for the temporary seat of the Security Council for the year 2021-22 with overwhelming support. India got 184 votes out of 192.
UNSC Elections News Update: How does UNSC constitute?
The United Nations Security Council has total 15 members, including five permanent members and 10 non-permanent and half of them are elected every year, each for a two-year term. From January 1 of the year 2021, India will sit with its five permanent members China, France, Russia, Britain and the United States and temporary members Estonia, Niger, Sant Vincent and The Grenadines, Tunisia and Vietnam as well as other newly elected temporary members of the United Nations.
UNSC Elections News Update: Which nations’ term ends now?
The two-year term of Belgium, Dominican Republic, Germany, Indonesia, and South Africa is going to end this year. To become a member of the Council, the candidate countries need two-thirds of the votes which are of the member countries present in the Assembly.
UNSC Elections News Update: PM Modi to promote global peace and security
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed happiness over India’s election. PM Modi has said that India will work to promote global peace and security. He said, I am heartily grateful for the overwhelming support shown by the global community for India’s membership of the UN Security Council. India will work with all member countries to promote global peace, security, resilience, and unity.
Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam’s ethos to help the world
India’s permanent representative to the United Nations, TS Tirumurti, said India’s presence in the Council will help bring its ethos of ‘ Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam ‘ to the world. The United Nations needs to change to reflect contemporary realities and remain credible.
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) June 18, 2020
UNSC Elections News Update: U.S. extends warm welcome
The US has warmly welcomed India’s temporary election to the UN Security Council. We congratulate them on India’s victory in the UN Security Council, the US said. We look forward to working together on international peace and security issues.
UNSC Elections News Update: Special arrangements made amid COVID-19
The UN General Assembly on Wednesday prepared with special voting arrangements due to COVID-19 related restrictions for conducting elections for five non-permanent members of the Security Council.
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