New Delhi: Aside from terrorism, India and the United States have had extensive discussions about the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and both countries are eager to continue their ongoing cooperation on a variety of issues, including the maintenance of UN Peacekeeping and mutual interests.
Keeping in mind the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership, the two democratic nations have a conversation on numerous issues on the agenda of the UNSC, said the government. Currently, India is a non-permanent member of the UNSC.
Both nations are adamant about abolishing terrorism through mutual cooperation and understanding. Meanwhile, the discussions also covered the priorities of both sides during the upcoming 77th session of the UN General Assembly,
“The Indian delegation also told the visiting US delegation about its concern regarding the forthcoming presidency of the UNSC in December 2022,” it added.
The officials of the Centre for UN Peacekeeping (CUNPK) briefed the US delegations on the progress of training conducted by CUNPK for UN Peacekeepers, supported by both the nations of India and the USA.