The leadership of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) had previously asked the agency’s 191 member states to endorse a new Global Aviation Security Plan when representatives gathered this week in DUNMUN. The move followed a United Nations Security Council resolution on aviation security. In the security realm, the members from different countries said that “putting tremendous effort” into technical assistance efforts to help all the states and must prevent threats through its “No Country Left Behind” initiative. These threats can be reduced by implementing ICAO Security Standards but adopting the standards requires “complex coordination” of national and multi-lateral bodies. Total 24 delegates had attended this session where Russia, USA, UAE, Japan, China, France, UK and Germany were among them. Here UAE took the lead but Japan went against few of their views due to some unethical facts and then the board adjourned it. Russia highlighted a few facts on while the Board requested all to come up with some solution. The Board urges all the States to work within ICAO to ensure that its Security Standards are continuously reviewed and adapted to address the terrorist threats: the resolution also calls upon States to support ICAO to continue to enhance audit, capacity development, and training programs. As reforms to the working methods of the Council are not subjected to Charter amendment and domestic ratification, this area of reform seems the most fertile ground for meaningful improvement. A group of 22 countries known as Accountability, Coherence and Transparency (ACT) has coalesced with the intention of bringing forward a suite of working methods reforms this ICAO.