Most of the UN member states agree with the idea of reforming the organization.
According to him, the call of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reform the UN is supported by more and more world leaders, and the current session of the UN General Assembly has proven this.
More and more politicians are declaring that “the world is bigger than the five permanent members of the UN Security Council,” Çavuşoğlu emphasized.
In his opinion, decision-making by a majority of votes can replace the right of veto. The main thing in this matter is to ensure maximum coverage and justice, said the head of Turkish diplomacy.
We will remind you that in April, the UN General Assembly terminated the membership of the Russian Federation in the UN Human Rights Council. At the same time, Russia continues to have the right of veto in the UN Security Council. Ukraine has repeatedly called to deprive the Russian Federation of veto rights in the Security Council or to exclude the country from the body altogether.