The netherlands and Italy, speak priorities for security council UN
The netherlands and Italy have made arrangements about the key, and the shared membership of the UN security council.
To the joint priorities include “conflict prevention, peacekeeping, protection of civilians in conflict, the rule of law and attention to the effects of climate change on peace and security,” according to the ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The countries want, according to the ministry, as much as possible to cooperate with each other and other European members of the council.
The netherlands and Italy competed previously to one vacant temporary seat of two years, but neither of them came to a two-thirds majority. The countries finally met the vacant position. This is Italy in 2017 in the council. The netherlands a year later to the turn.
Minister Bert Koenders of Foreign Affairs and his Italian counterpart Paolo Gentiloni signed Wednesday night in New York a statement about the partnership. The countries also plan to share information, staff exchange, and together meetings.