10 years later, Brazil returns to UN Security Council | The world

10 years later, Brazil returns to UN Security Council |  The world

Brazil returns this Saturday (1) to secure a non-permanent seat on the Security Council United Nations 10 years later in 2022-2023 Binanium. This is the 11th time the country has joined the Collegiate Body (last in the 2010-2011 Binanium).

The Security Council is made up of 15 countries with the right to vote. But only the United States, France, Great Britain, China and Russia have permanent and veto power.

The other 10 seats are provisional, with countries being selected on a rotating basis for two years.

In addition to Brazil, the other countries with temporary seats are Albania, the UAE, Gabon and Ghana – along with Brazil – India, Ireland, Mexico, Norway and Kenya – which came to power in 2021 and will remain in power until the end of 2022.

The Council has a responsibility to maintain international peace and security. Currently, Brazil is involved in seven of the 12 UN peacekeeping operations.

In the 2022-2023 Binanium, Brazil will prioritize the prevention of conflicts and the integration of peace through activities aimed at peaceful resolution, the effectiveness of peace missions, humanitarian responses to international crises, development, respect for human rights and greater participation of women. Activities to promote international peace and security.

The country will also seek to improve the Council’s dealings with other UN bodies and regional bodies involved in conflict resolution.

Brazil was part of the UN Security Council for two years, 1946-47, 1951-52, 1954-55, 1963-64, 1967-68, 1988-89, 1993-94, 1998-99 and 2004. 2010-11.

This is what it means for Brazil

Brazil’s return to the UN Security Council repeats a tradition in the country of always choosing to be part of a group when running for power. For years, however, Brazilian diplomacy Trying to get into college regularly.

“It’s an interesting position because it is gaining prominence in peace resolutions.

There is also hope for how Brazil will behave during this period. Because, mainly at the time Ernesto Araujo’s Foreign Minister; Itamarathi shattered some Brazilian traditions in diplomacy.

In addition, criticism of China as one of the permanent members is made by members of the federal government or members of government bench. Crisis opened with Chinese diplomats in Brazil, Especially throughout the epidemic.

“As Brazil measures its own interests and is governed by international law, there is a need to ‘eliminate ideology’ of foreign policy,” Cortinhaus said.

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