UNGA President To Promote ‘Meaningful’ Negotiations On Security Council Reform

General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak has said he wants to promote “meaningful and credible” negotiations for reforming the Security Council despite various strong views on the proposals.

Speaking to reporters after his inaugural address to the General Assembly on Tuesday, Lajcak said that under his stewardship “the process will continue and I wish to see a credible process with a meaningful outcome.”

The process has stalled for more than two decades because of differences between UN members on how to proceed with the reforms, especially on the issue of adding permanent members. Read More…

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