Indian think tanks have warned of China’s growing influence over the United Nations and its specialized agencies, which are playing a role in facilitating Beijing’s foreign policy initiative.
“China exists as the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of almost all important international organizations,” dated May 27. report Foreign Policy Think Tank Gateway House: Council of India on Global Relations. The report highlights Beijing’s manipulation of world development, international rulemaking, digital and scientific standards, and multilateralism.
According to the survey, four of the 15 major UN agencies are directly commanded by representatives of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Is ITU Together with 193 Member States and approximately 900 companies, universities, and international and regional organizations, it plays a major role in facilitating international connectivity in telecommunications networks. According to the report, Huawei and its standards are reliably implemented through development work in the African continent, Pacific Ocean, South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Is UNIDThe United Nations’ specialized institution in 1985 encouraged industrialization in developing countries, but the report states that it is now being used in Beijing.
“China quickly tied UNIDO to the Belt and Road Initiative. [BRI, also known as One Belt, One Road], Currently supported by UNIDO. “
in addition ICAOSupporting air routes and safety standards has excluded Taiwan from the discussion under Beijing’s “unbalanced influence” in a situation similar to the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to the report, Beijing’s representatives have also been elected to represent the WHO, the World Bank, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, the International Monetary Fund and the World Tourism Organization.
The report cites a case in which China used its dominant position in the United Nations in combination with financial assistance to develop China’s agents among UN agencies. Beijing. Gebreyes is a former Foreign Minister of Ethiopia and one of China’s largest investments in Africa.
According to the report, the delayed warnings and travel restrictions issued by WHO regarding the pandemic of the global CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus were “globally devastating consequences of Chinese influence,” the report said. Stated.
In addition, the United Nations Think Tank, the United Nations Bureau of Economy and Society, Liu Zhenmin, A lawyer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China.
The report concludes that China has gained influence through increased funding, is the second largest donor to the United Nations, and has increased voluntary donations by 346% over the nine years from 2010.
The report recommends that India should change from its current defensive “rule taker” to an aggressive “rule maker” and be integrated into the UN’s multilateral body.
Think tanks are proposing to increase voluntary donations to UN agencies in response to donations from India’s growing philanthropic sector.