May 29, 2022

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Ukraine crisis: UNHRC resolution against Russia, India does not return, China openly supports Moscow

Highlights of the story

  • Resolution against Russia in the UNHRC
  • Twelve countries, including India and Pakistan, did not participate

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has passed a resolution condemning the deteriorating human rights situation in Ukraine due to the Russian invasion. In this, India is again in the lead. In the resolution, the council reiterated its call for an immediate end to the military offensive.

Its 34th special session concluded on Thursday after the Geneva-based council passed a resolution. 33 countries voted in favor of the resolution. At the same time, only two countries, China and Eritrea, voted against the plan. Twelve countries, including India and Pakistan, did not attend. These countries include Armenia, Bolivia, Cameroon, Cuba, Kazakhstan, Namibia, Senegal, Sudan, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.

India did not come to a resolution against Russia

Since January this year, the UN has adopted resolutions condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine. India does not participate in the Security Council, the General Assembly and the Human Rights Council. Indira Mani Pandey, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva, told the session that India’s position on the Ukraine conflict was firm and stable.

Resolve disputes through diplomacy

We are deeply concerned about the progress made in Ukraine. We continue to urge an immediate end to violence and an immediate end to hostility. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reiterated this in his talks with world leaders, including the leadership of Russia and Ukraine. India believes that the only way is to follow the path of dialogue and diplomacy.

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Global inflation has risen due to the crisis in Ukraine

According to PTI, Ambassador Pandey said the impact of the situation in Ukraine was felt beyond the region as oil prices were rising. There is a shortage of food grains and fertilizers in the world. This instability is a burden to people all over the world (especially in developing and underdeveloped countries).