India was re-elected to the UN Human Rights Council for the 2022-24 time period on Thursday and vowed to proceed to work for the promotion and safety of human rights by means of “Samman, Samvad and Sahyog.”
“India will get re-elected to the @UN_HRC (2022-24) for a sixth time period with overwhelming majority. Heartfelt gratitude to the @UN membership for reposing its religion in India.
“We will continue to work for promotion and protection of Human Rights through #Samman #Samvad #Sahyog #Samman #Samvad #Sahyog,” India’s Permanent Mission to the UN tweeted.
Congratulations to different UN Member States Benin, Cameroon, Gambia, Eritrea, @SomaliaatUN, @KazakhstanUN, @MYNewYorkUN1, @QatarAtUN, @UAEMissionToUN, Lithuania, Montenegro, @ArgentinaUN, Honduras, Paraguay, Finland, @LuxembourgUN and @USUN for his or her election to the @UN_HRC. pic.twitter.com/bp7U9XLkGr
— India at UN, NY (@IndiaUNNewYork) October 14, 2021
The UN General Assembly elected by secret poll Argentina, Benin, Cameroon, Eritrea, Finland, Gambia, Honduras, India, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Montenegro, Paraguay, Qatar, Somalia, UAE and the USA.