United Nations Human Rights Council Members Vote Unanimously In Favour Of Ukraine

After the resolution was pressed, the 34th exceptional session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, which was situated in Geneva, came to a close on the 12th of May, 2022.

China and Eritrea decided not to participate in the voting, whereas India and the other 33 members of the organisation did. Pakistan, Armenia, Bolivia, Cameroon, and the Republic of Congo are just some of the countries that did not participate in a vote on a United Nations Human Rights Council resolution concerning the deteriorating situation in Ukraine. There were a total of 12 countries that did not vote on the resolution.

Following the judgement made by the UN Human Rights Council, a representative of Ukraine conveyed to Russian President Vladimir Putin the message that “the whole world is against you,” alluding to Russia’s aggressive behaviour. Putin has been sent the unequivocal message that he is isolated from the rest of the world.

After Russia was expelled from the council, China made a similar request for a vote to be held on the proposal. The resolution asked for an auxiliary order to be given to the commission of inquiry that had been constituted before to examine breaches of special scrutiny in the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, and Sumy in the country of Ukraine.

An inquiry needs to be carried out by the UN General Assembly in conformity with the mission of the council and the rules established internationally.

Taking action to address occurrences in the areas of Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kharkiv, and Sumy in conjunction with several other national and international entities are inevitable.

The Romanian capital of Bucharest seems to be the setting of a number of disturbing photographs that emerged over the course of the weekend. In Bucha as well as in other towns and villages in Ukraine, Russian forces have brutally murdered, tortured, raped, and abducted hundreds of innocent Ukrainian citizens.