Geopolitics

Jordan supports India’s proposal to be a permanent member of UNSC

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday thanked Jordan for their unequivocal support to India’s place as a permanent member of the expanded UN Security Council.

Interacting with the King of Jordan Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein here, the Vice President thanked His Majesty and the Government of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for their unequivocal support to India’s right place as a permanent member of the expanded UN Security Council.

He also thanked for Jordan’s support in election of Indian candidates for various UN Bodies (International Law Commission, POC of UPU, Council of ICAO and the International Court of Justice).

The Vice President said that India desires peaceful, friendly and cooperative relations with Pakistan and stressed that Pakistan must give-up support to cross-border terrorism.

Mr Naidu said he was very much impressed by the insightful, thought-provoking and constructive speech of Abdullah II at a conference on ‘Islamic Heritage: Promoting Understanding & Moderation’, at Vigyan Bhawan.

He further thanked the King for his comments – “Global fight against terror is not a war against any religion; it’s a war against hate and violence. Humanity unites all religions; and Ideologies of hate distort the word of God to stir conflict. We need to spread message of peace and love”.

The Vice President said that India demands a UN Resolution on India’s initiative for Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism.

He further said that India’s policy on Palestine is independent and consistent, adding India is committed to be a useful development partner. India supports comprehensive political solution in Syria taking the aspirations of the Syrian people, he said.

The Vice President said that India is moving ahead with the Prime Minister’s slogan of – Reform, Perform & Transform. He further said that programmes like GST, Make-in-India, Digital India, Smart Cities, Start-up India are bringing strategic shift in India’s economic progress.

India has 65 per cent of young population below 35 years of age, which is called the ‘demographic dividend’ for India and they are the future of aspirational India, he added.

By: UNI India

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