UNSC meeting: China’s allegation – India did not allow Pakistan to speak, India’s counterattack – China is not aware of the rules

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New York: During the meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Afghanistan, China once again stirred up the Pakistan rage. China had accused India that a neighboring country of Afghanistan (Pakistan), which wanted to give its statement in the discussion, was not allowed to speak. China called it unfortunate.

Sources in the Government of India responded to this and told ABP News that in the format of the discussion, there was a scheduled program of open briefing for the members of the council and the affected country only. Not only one country (Pakistan) but many more regional countries had expressed their willingness to speak, but this is not possible without full consent in the member countries, and no one even demanded a vote in the member countries on this subject.

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According to sources, the allegation against India by a country is completely baseless and it shows that that member country is not aware of the rules of discussion. It is absolutely wrong to accuse India of taking malicious action by a country.

What happened in the UNSC meeting, what did India presiding over say?
Expressing concern at the meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the situation in Afghanistan, India has said that women, men and children in Afghanistan are living under the shadow of fear, and these conditions are a matter of concern, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said. The people of a war-torn country cannot be left alone.

During the meeting, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said that as a neighbor of Afghanistan, as a friend of its people, the current situation in the country is a matter of great concern to us in India. Afghan men, women and children continue to live in a state of fear.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on the international community. He said that he should ensure that Afghanistan does not become a safe haven for terrorist organizations once again. He also said that the people of the war-torn country cannot be left alone.


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