UN to appoint human rights monitor in Russia — RT World News

The UN Human Rights Council has voted to establish a Special Rapporteur to monitor human rights in Russia

A dedicated official will be appointed to investigate human rights issues in Russia, the UN Human Rights Council has decided. A resolution establishing the position was passed with 17 votes in favor, six votes against and 24 abstentions.

The move was backed mostly by the Western nations and their allies like South Korea or Japan. China, Bolivia, Venezuela,…

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