New Delhi: Acknowledging India’s contribution to the peace building efforts across the world, Minister of State for External Affairs E Ahamed said the country would always be ready to share its experiences with the nations recovering from conflict situations.

Speaking at the UN Security Council in New York, the Minister said that countries across the world should work together for better peace building missions and every operation should be conducted under the banner of the United Nations.

Notably, India has been contributing to the United Nations peace building commission established in 2005.

Noting India’s long term partnership with UN missions, Ahamed said, “India has been a top contributor of peacekeeping missions and has always shared its experience and expertise with other countries that have been on path of transition from conflict to peace.”

He urged that the nations emerging from the post-conflict situations must be provided with ample financial assistance for their earlier recovery from the crisis.

Earlier, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had advocated the necessity of bringing changes in the UN Security Council for better peace keeping operations across the world.