External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar told the media that India is capable of contributing in many ways at this time. His role is stable and he can play an important role in resolving the conflict between the two nations. In his familiar style, Dr. Jaishankar presented India's side with great strength.
He said, "The big change I have seen in my four decades as a diplomat was really in the transformation of India-US relations and your question - how do I see the trajectory - quite honestly, I am today in a joint venture." I see the United States as much more international, much more attractive - much more open to engaging with a country like India, which is really thinking beyond traditional alliances, which has been very effective in finding common ground with potential or real partners."
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said that a very good example of all this is actually in the Quad - the informal grouping of Australia, Japan, India and the United States. He said, "I mean, the fact was that Quad was something that we tried to do about two decades - 15 years ago. It didn't work and it's working very well today and it's been a good thing for the last two years," he said. has evolved significantly over the years."
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed the need to make the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) more inclusive. In a joint press conference with Jaishankar, he said, to deal with the challenges we are facing, the members of the UN should also modernize the institution, including making the Security Council more inclusive, following the Charter. Therefore, in his address to the General Assembly, Joe Biden also supported the move to increase the number of both permanent and non-permanent representatives of the Security Council. This is a long standing demand of India.