Four foreign ministers including Japan confirmed mutual support with the aim of becoming a permanent member of the Security Council September 23, 22:56
Foreign Ministers from Japan, Germany, Brazil and India will meet online to confirm that they mutually support their respective positions toward becoming permanent members of the UN Security Council. We confirmed the policy of pursuing concrete results in cooperation with the national government.
Foreign Ministers of Japan, Germany, Brazil, and India, who are aiming to become permanent members of the UN Security Council, will meet online on the night of the 23rd of Japan time, with Foreign Minister Motegi from Japan participating. did.
Among them, the foreign ministers of the four countries have adopted the political declaration that touched on the need for reform of the Security Council at the meeting to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. They agreed that reforms, including the expansion of permanent members, are essential to meet the complex challenges facing the United Nations.
He confirmed that the four countries have the ability and willingness to take responsibility for maintaining international peace and mutually support their respective positions toward becoming permanent members.
In addition, the foreign ministers of the four countries expressed concern that there was no progress in the intergovernmental negotiations on Security Council reform that began in 2009, and the policy is to work together in the four countries to pursue concrete results. I confirmed.