Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said about the need for structural reform of the UN security Council and asked to Express support for the candidacy of Japan in the election of non-permanent members of the Organization in 2022.
"Japan is making great efforts to translate ideas and goals of the United Nations. However, for the UN, which has existed for 3 quarters of a century, the need for reform of the structure of the security Council. Japan will take part in the election of 2022 and hopes to make efforts in the form of a non-permanent member of the UN security Council, with the assistance of many countries. I ask you to Express support for us, " said Abe at the General Assembly.
He emphasized the audience to the contribution that his country is making in dealing with crime, education, increasing social role of women. For example, for the past three years, Japan will help to receive a quality education nine million children and young people from Asia and Africa.
in the longer term, Japan seeks to expand the composition of the permanent members of the UN security Council resolution, together with Germany, India and other countries hoping to join the SAT on an ongoing basis. This year Japan is a nonpermanent member of the security Council.