Turkish President Calls for Greater Reform in UN Security Council
the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for a greater reform in the United Nations Security Council to give voice to other nations to stop the over reliance on the decisions of the Five Permanent Members of the Security Council.
He stated that it is not right for the entire World to depend on the words of only the five permanent seat holders of the Council.
In his words these permanent seat holders only talk but do not do the work of helping to fight terrorism, underdevelopment and other ills of the World.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is on a two day official visit to Ghana stated this when he address Parliament on Tuesday, March 1 2016.
He praised Ghana for its democratic credentials and pledged to work hard to deepen the bilateral cooperation for the benefit of the two nations.
Listen to GBC’s Parliamentary Correspondents Dominic Hlordzi and Augustus Acquaye in the attached audio.