Russia heads UN executive body
In April, Russia took over as head of the UN’s executive body, replacing Mozambique on a priority basis.
The aggressor country Russia will chair the UN Security Council for a month. This is stated in the message of the UN in Twitter on Saturday, April 1st.
“Russia assumes the chairmanship on a rotation basis in the Security Council in April,” the report says.
It is known that the UN Security Council consists of 10 rotating and five permanent members, including Russia, Great Britain, France, the USA and China, which have the right of veto. This month, Russia took over as head of the UN’s executive body, replacing Mozambique.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that if Russia still chairs the UN Security Council, then it must be driven into a corner with the help of procedures and not be allowed to promote false narratives about the war against Ukraine.
The United States also spoke about Russia’s chairmanship of the UN Security Council.
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