India will unite countries against terror

India would like the whole world to unite against global terrorism. India is a non-permanent member of the 15-member Security Council and its two-year term will also end this year.

According to UNSC rules, the 15 members of the UNSC get the presidency by rotation in order of varna. According to India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ruchira Kamboj, India’s priorities when it takes over the presidency in December will be to counter terrorism and focus on reforming multilateralism.

After becoming a non-permanent member of the council, India assumed the presidency of the UNSC for the first time in August 2021 and will now chair it for the second time in its tenure. India’s term will end on December 31. 

Kamboj, India’s first woman Permanent Representative to the United Nations, will take the chair in December. Apart from this, India will also chair the G20 for one year from December 1.

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