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Russia loses bid to reclaim seat in UN’s top Human Rights Council

The Basic Meeting, which voted final 12 months to droop Moscow after its invasion of Ukraine, decisively rejected Russia’s effort to reclaim a seat within the UN’s prime human rights council on Tuesday.

For 2 seats on the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Russia was vying with Albania and Bulgaria to characterize the East European regional bloc.

Bulgaria obtained 160 votes, Albania 123 votes, and Russia had 83 votes within the secret poll ballot.

Even when 83 of the 193 UN members voted in opposition to Moscow, regardless of Moscow’s claims that it has the help of a quiet majority, there’s nonetheless trigger for concern, notably amongst Ukraine and its Western allies.

Vassily Nebenzia, the UN ambassador for Russia, charged the US on Monday with organizing an effort to maintain them out of the council.

At a Safety Council assembly convened by Ukraine in response to final week’s Russian missile assault on a Ukrainian soldier’s wake in a small city that killed 52 individuals, Nebenzia acknowledged that “the main phobia of our American colleagues today is electing Russia to the Human Rights Council.”

Based on diplomats, letters requesting a vote in opposition to Russia had been issued to lots of the 193 members of the Basic Meeting by the USA and others.

One of many non-government letter writers supporting the defeat of Russia was Felice Gaer, director of the Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Development of Human Rights of the American Jewish Committee.

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