Beijing: China has maintained its position on United Nations Security Council reformssaying that there should be greater representation of developing countries, especially small and medium ones, but he avoided directly responding to India’s and other countries’ call for their expansion and inclusion.
Wang Yi, Director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the CPC Central Committee, met with the co-chairs of the intergovernmental negotiations on Security Council reforms In Beijing on Saturday and determine the position of China. China is one of the five countries with veto power in the 15-nation Security Council.
The remaining ten members are elected as non-permanent members for two-year terms and do not have veto power. India has been at the forefront of years-old efforts to reform the Security Council, saying it rightfully deserves a place as a permanent member of the United Nations.


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