May 17, 2022

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Establishes UN Commission of Inquiry into Russian Invasion of Ukraine

The 47-member UN Human Rights Council on Friday strongly condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and voted on Friday to set up a commission of inquiry to investigate human rights abuses and violations of international humanitarian law in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russia’s occupation of Ukraine.

The UN Human Rights Council resolution was voted 32 in favor, 13 abstentions and 2 against. Only Russia and Eritrea voted “no” to condemn the invasion.

Pointing to the extent to which Russia is isolated, even firm allies China, Cuba and Venezuela did not vote more than to stand shoulder to shoulder with Moscow in rejecting the resolution.

Although not a member of the Belarusian Council, he defended his Russian ally. Belarusian adviser Andrei Toronto used the opportunity to divert criticism of his country’s alliance with Moscow.

“Many Western nations have condemned Belarus for supporting the occupation of Ukraine, but we’ll be honest with ourselves. Who is fueling the conflict in Ukraine?

The claim that there are no Belarusian soldiers in Ukraine could not be independently confirmed. In contrast, Poland is said to have already allowed 200 mercenaries into Ukraine, Taranda said, without quoting evidence for the claim.

Belarus’ report had little drag on the council. Countries from every part of the world, from Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America, arose to condemn Russia’s occupation of Ukraine.

UN And Sheba Croker, the US ambassador to other international organizations in Geneva, said Russia should be held accountable for its “unwise, premeditated and unprovoked” military attack on Ukraine.

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“When Russian troops opened fire on the streets of Kiev and dropped bombs on residential buildings in populated areas, the lives of millions of Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian civilians were in danger,” Croker said.

The resolution of the Human Rights Council calls on the Commission to investigate all human rights violations and abuses caused by Russia’s occupation of Ukraine. In addition, it mandates the Commission to collect, analyze and protect all evidence used in any future legal action that may result.

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