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It is also represented both within the other major UN bodies and within its subsidiary organs elected to the Human Rights Council, for example , and is a permanent member of the Conference on Disarmament. France is the fifth-largest contributor to the United Nations regular budget and to the peacekeeping operations budget. The latest crises have confirmed the central importance of the UN while also highlighting the need to make the organization more efficient and more representative of current global balances.


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It is also in this context that France is calling for a reform of the Security Council. France advocates an expansion of the Security Council in negotiations on this theme at the General Assembly.

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It also supports permanent Security Council seats for Germany, Brazil, India and Japan, as well as a greater presence of African countries at the Security Council, including among permanent members. The question of the presence of an Arab country among the permanent members is also open. Moreover, in , France proposed governing veto use in the event of mass atrocities, in the form of a collective and voluntary commitment by the permanent members. As of January , countries had already endorsed the political declaration presented by France and Mexico on the subject.

Lastly, France supports the peacekeeping reform initiated by the Secretary-General in for Peacekeeping Operations PKO that function better, are better funded, and are more capable of achieving their objectives. France has always played a particular role in the human rights field.

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It inspired the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed in Paris on 10 December , the 70th anniversary of which is being celebrated in France continues today to fight for the respect of human rights worldwide, both through its driving role within the Human Rights Council and through its action at the Security Council. It is candidate to the Human Rights Council for the period France also supports the fight against impunity to prevent further atrocities and contributed to the creation of the International Criminal Court ICC.

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