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‘No Big Achievement Comes Without Hard Work’: S Jaishankar On UNSC & China

Exuding confidence on India’s bid for a permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that no big achievement ever comes without hard work, and added that the country will have to put in an extra effort this time.

‘No Big Achievement Comes Without Hard Work’: S Jaishankar On UNSC & China

Exuding confidence on India’s bid for a permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council, EAM S Jaishankar said that no big achievement ever comes without hard work and added that the country will have to put in an extra effort this time.
“We will surely get it. But no big achievement comes without hard work. So we will have to work hard for it. This time, we will have to put an extra effort because what has happened till now is that the UN was formed around 80 years ago…at that time, there were five nations which decided that they will become the permanent members of the UN security Council.” He said, “At that time there were 50 independent countries. In the last 80 years, the number of those countries have now reached 193-194. But, what these five nations have done is kept their control…and the weird thing is that you are asking those 5 nations only that you decide and agree upon whether this change should be carried.

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India has been a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for eight terms (16 years). India is a member of the G4, a group of nations that back each other to seek permanent membership in the UNSC. The countries advocate for reform in the UNSC.

“If I Change Name Of Your House…”: S Jaishankar’s Swipe At China

Taking a jibe at China over its claims on the state of Arunachal Pradesh, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that changing names won’t have any effect and the northeastern state was, is and will always be India’s part. Recently, China again came up with its claim over the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Terming the Indian State as “Zangan–an inherent part of China’s territory,” the Chinese Defence Ministry said that Beijing “never acknowledges and firmly opposes” the “so-called Arunachal Pradesh illegally established by India.”

Following this, India once again rejected the “absurd claims” and “baseless arguments” while asserting that the northeastern state is an “integral and inalienable part of India.”

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