Mongolia to be on UN Human Rights Council

2015 оны 11 сарын 2

Mongolia has been chosen as member of the United Nation’s Human Rights Council. The decision was taken during the 70th session of the General Assembly in New-York. Seven countries of the Asia-Pacific region were nominated for the five seats. During the poll, Mongolia took the highest votes (172 countries); the United Arab Emirates (159); Kyrgyzstan (147); South Korea (136), and the Philippines (113) became official members of the UN Human Rights Council as a result of the vote.  

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that: “Mongolia will work as a member of UN Human Right Council from 2016 to 2018. Subsequently, Mongolia will have administrative work status”.

 

АНХААРУУЛГА: Уншигчдын бичсэн сэтгэгдэлд news.mn хариуцлага хүлээхгүй болно. Манай сайт ХХЗХ-ны журмын дагуу зүй зохисгүй зарим үг, хэллэгийг хязгаарласан тул Та сэтгэгдэл бичихдээ бусдын эрх ашгийг хүндэтгэн үзнэ үү. Хэм хэмжээ зөрчсөн сэтгэгдлийг админ устгах эрхтэй.
Сэтгэгдэл бүртгэгдээгүй байна