New Zealand calls for UN Security Council reform

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New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern has called for the abolition of veto power for permanent members of the UN Security Council.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, speaking at the UN General Assembly, has proposed reforming the organization’s Security Council (SC), reports RIA Novosti.

In particular, Ardern called for the veto power of the permanent members of the UN Security Council to be abolished. “The veto must be removed, permanent members must fulfill their responsibilities for peace and security and not pursue national interests,” he stressed.

Earlier, New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern, during a speech at the Lowy Analysis Institute in Sydney, Australia, called for reform of the UN. He criticized the organization for not stopping the conflict in Ukraine. “Multilateral institutions are not perfect, they have failed and will continue to fail, but when they fail, our first step must always be to find ways to strengthen them,” Ardern said.

Sergei Tsekov, a member of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council, considered Ardern’s initiative primitive. He stressed that “the UN cannot satisfy the interests of all member states, including members of the Security Council.”


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