India and the United Kingdom on Friday held bilateral consultations on UN Security Council (UNSC) issues, during which the two sides discussed a wide range of issues on the UNSC agenda.
The forthcoming UN is a permanent member of the UN, which includes non-reform and anti-terrorism.
The UK delegation briefed India on its priorities, including famine and famine, in the climate and security and conflict situations during the upcoming presidency of the UNSC.
According to an MEA release, Prakash Gupta of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, J.S. James Karuki, Director General of the Multidisciplinary Policy Department of the Commonwealth and Foreign Office of the United Kingdom, and representatives of the British Foreign Office and their embassies in New York and New Delhi.
The UK congratulated India on its election to the UNSC and both sides agreed to continue their involvement in all matters under the UNSC agenda for the next two years.