Russia favors Brazil, India, and African country on UN Security Council, pointing to U.S. unipolar world view

For the head of Russian diplomacy, the expansion of the entity's main body would be a means to curb what he called the "unilateralism" of Western powers, especially the United States.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday that he supports the expansion of the UN Security Council to include Brazil and India, as well as an African representative.

For the head of Russian diplomacy, the expansion of the entity's main body would be a means to curb what he called the "unilateralism" of Western powers, especially the United States.

Lavrov made the remarks at a press conference alongside UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. It is the first time the UN chief has visited Moscow since the war began. His goal is to lay a foundation . . .

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