During UNSC tenure, there were instances when India had to stand alone: UN envoy Ambassador Kamboj

New Delhi, 23/12: During the 2021-22 tenure as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, there were instances when India “had to stand alone” but it did not let go of the principles it believed in, New Delhi’s envoy has said.



India assumed the monthly rotating presidency of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on December 1, the second time in its two-year tenure as an elected member of the Council in 2021-22.


India had earlier assumed UNSC presidency in August 2021.


“During the last two years, we spoke out in support of peace, security and prosperity. We did not hesitate in raising our voice against the common enemies of humanity, such as terrorism,” India’s Permanent Representative to the UN and President of the 15-nation UN Security Council for the month of December Ambassador Ruchira Kamboj said Thursday

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