India on Friday abstained in a vote within the UN Human Rights Council that has determined to urgently set up an impartial worldwide fee of inquiry on account of Russia’s aggression in opposition to Ukraine.
The 47-member Council voted on a draft decision on the state of affairs of human rights in Ukraine. The decision was adopted with 32 votes in favour, two in opposition to (Russia and Eritrea) and 13 abstentions, together with India, China, Pakistan, Sudan and Venezuela.
The international locations voting in favour included France, Germany, Japan, Nepal, UAE, UK and the US.
”The Human Rights Council has determined to urgently set up an impartial worldwide fee of inquiry on account of Russia’s aggression in opposition to Ukraine,” the Council tweeted.
India has abstained on two resolutions on Ukraine within the 15-nation Safety Council and one within the 193-member Common Meeting within the final one week. The UN Common Meeting this week overwhelmingly voted to sentence Russian aggression in opposition to Ukraine and demanded that Moscow “utterly and unconditionally” withdraw all of its army forces from the territory of Ukraine. India abstained on the decision, which obtained 141 votes in favour, 5 in opposition to and a complete of 35 abstentions.
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