India, Brazil and South Africa call for overall reform of UN Security Council
New Delhi (Mahamedia) India, Brazil and South Africa have called for overall reform of the UN Security Council. External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar chaired the meeting of Foreign Ministers of the IBSA trilateral cooperation group of India, Brazil and South Africa yesterday.
Discussions were held between the Ministers to pursue cooperation in the Ibsa Group. The three ministers exchanged views on various topics including peace, security, counter-terrorism, climate change and sustainable development. The IBSA ministers shared their experience on the state of the Kovid-19 epidemic and praised the works of the IBSA Fund for the Eradication of Poverty and Hunger. On this occasion, IBSA's Joint Statement talks about comprehensive reforms in the UN Security Council. The Ministers emphasized strengthening the efforts of the international community to accelerate the reforms in the Security Council.
South Africa's Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Grace Naledi Mandisa Pendor and Brazilian Deputy Minister of National Sovereignty and Citizenship Ambassador Fabio Marzano led their respective delegations to this meeting through video conferencing.