United Nations. In an apparent reference to Pakistan, India said at the UN Security Council that countries that use cross-border terrorism for narrow political purposes must be held accountable. It also stressed on the need to unite against the common threat of terrorism and not adopt double standards for political gains.
India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj said on Thursday, “The sovereignty and territorial integrity of countries must be protected from aggression, including terrorism and cross-border terrorism, by enforcing the rule of law at the international level.” In an open debate of the Security Council on the ‘rule of law’ under the chairmanship of Japan, Kamboj, indirectly referencing Pakistan, said that countries that use cross-border terrorism for narrow political purposes should be held accountable.
He said, “This is possible only when all countries unite against common threats like terrorism and do not adopt double standards for political gains.” He said, “In our opinion, the rules-based international order is free from force.” and based on respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, transparency and the peaceful settlement of disputes. Kamboj emphasized that peaceful resolution of disputes is key to strengthening the rule of law.
“The rule of law insists that countries respect each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity just as they expect their own sovereignty to be respected,” said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. In every region of the world, citizens face the effects of devastating conflicts, loss of human life, rising poverty and hunger.
From the illegal development of nuclear weapons to the use of unlawful force, countries are flouting international law with impunity. He said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine led to humanitarian and human rights destruction, traumatizing a generation of children. and deepened the global food and energy crisis.
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