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On the final leg of his three day visit to India President Obama backs India for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council it's a long -- goal of India.
A recognition of its surging economic clout and increase stature in world affairs speaking before the parliament in New Delhi mr.
Obama says the UN needs to reflect the changes taking place around the globe.
Indeed the just and sustainable international order that America seeks.
Includes -- -- United Nations.
That is efficient.
Credible and legitimate I look forward to a reformed united nations Security Council that includes India as a permanent.
The president's speech was warmly received but it's unlikely India will be joining the Security Council anytime soon while many -- changes necessary the five permanent members are not all on the same page when it comes to adding new members the president's words brought strong criticism from India's neighbor Pakistan.
Islamabad accusing India of flagrant violations of UN resolutions.
Pakistan is calling on the US to quote take a moral view.
For his part President Obama says terrorist safe havens within Pakistan's border are unacceptable.
To disrupt and dismantle and defeat al-Qaeda.
And its affiliates.
Have to succeed on both sides of the border.
And that's why we have worked with the Pakistani government to address the threat of terrorist networks in the border region.
The president next heads to Indonesia that on to South Korea for a G-20 summit before it makes his final stop in Japan.
At the White House Steve Centanni Fox News.
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