The Biden administration has reaffirmed its commitment to support India’s permanent membership in a reformed UN Security Council and New Delhi’s entry to the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group. It also praised India for its significant contributions as a member of the 15-membered apex decision making body of the UN. In a joint statement issued at the conclusion of the India-US 2+2 ministerial here, the United States congratulated India for its significant contributions as a member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the term 2021-2022. The Defense Ministers of both the countries reiterated their commitment to work together in close coordination at the UNSC and in international organisations. The US reaffirmed its continued support for India’s permanent membership in a reformed UNSC and for India’s entry to the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group.
US also expressed its appreciation for India’s management because the Chair of the 3 committees of the Safety Council: the 1988 Taliban Sanctions Committee, the 1970 Libya Sanctions Committee and the 1373 Counter-Terrorism Committee. Bearing in mind rising nationwide safety threats from each state and non-state malicious cyber attackers, the ministers recognised the significance of an open, interoperable, safe, and dependable Web and strong our on-line world.