The United States is awaiting Russia’s expulsion from the UN Human Rights Council

Russia’s expulsion from the UN HRC will be discussed on April 7, Linda Thomas-Greenfield said
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The United States expressed hope that a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly (UN) on Russia’s membership in the Human Rights Council (HRC) would be held on April 7. This was stated by US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield.

The United States expects the UN General Assembly to consider Russia’s membership in the HRC as early as Thursday, Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the American National Public Radio. She added that Russia must show that it “is not indifferent to the UN Charter, that it thinks about the values ​​of the Organization,” but said that Moscow was not doing so. She promised that Russia would be held accountable and possibly expelled from the Human Rights Council.

EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other countries, have imposed tough sanctions against Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that their goal is to “abolish” Russia, ban its culture and role in major world events: indulgence, and sometimes with the encouragement of the ruling elites. “

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The United States expressed hope that a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly (UN) on Russia’s membership in the Human Rights Council (HRC) would be held on April 7. This was stated by US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield. The United States expects the UN General Assembly to consider Russia’s membership in the HRC as early as Thursday, Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the American National Public Radio. She added that Russia must show that it “is not indifferent to the UN Charter, that it thinks about the values ​​of the Organization,” but said that Moscow was not doing so. She promised that Russia would be held accountable and possibly expelled from the Human Rights Council. EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other countries, have imposed tough sanctions against Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that their goal is to “abolish” Russia, ban its culture and role in major world events: indulgence, and sometimes with the encouragement of the ruling elites. “

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