Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi back India on democratising UN: Venkaiah Naidu


Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said Botswana, Zimbabwe and Malawi have backed India’s push to democratise the United Nations. He was speaking to media while returning to India after a six-day visit to the three African countries.

“The countries I visited agree with us on the need to democratise the UN in an effective manner and on the importance of the role of India in the independent nations,” he said.

These three countries have been strongly supporting Indian candidates in various UN and international fora, Naidu said. Read More

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