On the sidelines of the 65th General Assembly of the United Nations, the Ministers of Foreign Relations of Germany, Brazil, India and Japan had a meeting to defend the enlargement of the Security Council of the entity and a wide reform of the system of the UNO.
According to the members of the G4, it is urgent the necessity of a reform of the Security Council, with enlargement in its number of permanent and rotary members.
Besides, the four countries demand the improvement of the methods of work of the organism, giving to it more representativeness, in accordance with the reality of the XXI century.
Germany, Brazil, India and Japan want more developed countries and countries in development as permanent members and thus agreed to mutually support their respective candidatures and that Africa has also a place assured in the Council.
The General Assembly of the UNO decided, with the support of more than 140 countries, to resume the negotiations about the theme, based in the second revision of the text that treats the enlargement of the Security Council.