The L.69 group of countries pledges to revive attempts to overhaul the UNSC.

The L.69 group of countries from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific has pledged to live in their efforts to achieve the UN Security Councils reform . The group is composed of pro-reform member states, primarily from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific .

New Delhi (India): The L.69 group of countries from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific has pledged to live in their efforts to achieve the UN Security Council's reform.The L.69 group and other reform-minded countries joined hands to advocate for a more inclusive, responsive, and participatory international governance model.According to a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, they called for a rapid and comprehensive overhaul of the Security Council to reflect the modern world realities.According to the statement, the L.69 group is composed of pro-reform member states, primarily from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific.

The meeting, which took place today, focused on the 15th anniversary of the group's establishment, and discussed the need for a more inclusive, inclusive, and participatory international governance structure.According to the bill, the Security Council must be urgently and comprehensively modernized to reflect the new global realities.After the meeting, the participants published a call to action joint statement, in which they argued that the United Nations needs urgent and comprehensive reforms, as well as poverty, climate change, pandemics, global food security, international crises, and international terrorism, among other items addressed in the joint statement.We are united, as a coalition of pro-reform like-minded states, committed to ensure that the Security Council, the primary organ for international peace and security, becomes more inclusive, responsive, Delegations reiterated that a reform in the role of the Security Council, as well as an extension of its permanent and non-permanent categories, is essential to make this body more representative, legitimate, and effective, according to the statement.The delegation's leader stressed the need for a formal negotiation process, based on the decision-making principles and working methods provided in the United Nations Charter and in accordance with the General Assembly's rules and procedures.