Russia-Ukraine war: Six Latin American countries do not support Russia’s suspension from UN Human Rights Council | General Committee | Vladimir Putin | Volodymyr Zelensky | The world

The United Nations General Assembly adjourned today Organization Human Rights Council – currently chaired by Argentina, voted in favor of the resolution – for invasion They have been committing atrocities in the country since February 24.

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Of the 193 council members, 93 voted in favor, 24 against and 58 abstained. Suggests a weakening of international unity against Russia. This is the second time a country has been suspended from the council since Libya in 2011, when violence against protesters was condemned by forces loyal to then-leader Muammar Gaddafi.

One was required A two-thirds majority Members of the 193-member General Assembly in New York voted to suspend Russia from the 47-member Geneva-based Human Rights Council – but did not vote.

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From Latin AmericaThree countries voted against suspending Russia: Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaragua, Historical allies of the government Vladimir Putin Nearby Venezuela, On the other hand, who lost the right to vote in the UN due to high debt with the organization. Brazil, El Salvador and Mexico did not vote.

AP and Reuters agencies

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