Turkey is in favor of abolishing the right of “veto” in the UN Security Council system, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in an interview with Anadolu Agency.
According to Cavusoglu, most UN member states agree with the idea of reforming the world organization.
He also noted that the calls of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reform the UN are supported by more and more world leaders, and this was proved by the current session of the UN General Assembly.
“More and more politicians say that the world is more than five permanent members of the UN Security Council. The main thing in this matter is to ensure maximum coverage and fairness,” Cavusoglu said.
In his opinion, decision-making by a majority of votes can become a replacement for the right of “veto”.