India Concerned Over Proposed Changes To Formula For Dividing UN Peacekeeping Bill


With the US and the EU proposing significant changes to tally each UN member state’s share of peacekeeping financing, India has expressed concern over such efforts to introduce the element of maximum ceiling in paying for peacekeeping budgets.

During a session of the General Assembly’s Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary), the representatives of the US and the European Union proposed significant changes to the way in which each Member State’s share of peacekeeping financing is tallied up.

Setting out her government’s position, the representative of the United States — which accounts for 28.47 per cent of the USD 6.7 billion peacekeeping budget for 2018/19 — said no other international organisation depends on one country for more than one quarter of its assessed resources.  Read More

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