India’s UNHRC Win Reflection Of Country’s Standing In International Comity: Syed Akbaruddin


Hours after India was elected to the top human rights body of the United Nations (UN) on Friday, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin expressed his happiness and praised India’s win with the highest number of votes as a reflection of the country’s standing in the international comity.

Speaking shortly after India won a seat to the Human Rights Council, Akbaruddin assured that India will strive to continue its balance and moderate approach towards the promotion and protection of human rights globally.

“India’s victory today at UN General Assembly during elections to human rights council is a reflection of high standing that our country enjoys globally.

We’re grateful to the many many friends that we’ve across the globe who came out and voted in such large numbers to ensure that India got the highest number of votes among all the 18 candidates. Read More

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