Chile and Costa Rica have been elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council in a vote that prevented Venezuela’s re-election, the overseas ministries of each international locations introduced.
“With 144 votes, Chile has been elected with the primary regional majority to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the interval 2023-2025,” the official Chilean Overseas Ministry tweeted.
For its half, the Costa Rican Overseas Ministry harassed “the help of all member states for its candidacy.”
It recalled that Costa Rica has a seat within the Council for the second time in its historical past since its creation in 2006 . . .