India wins decisions to two UN auxiliary bodies
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By PTI | Published: 21st April 2017 11:48 AM
United NATIONS: India has won decisions to two auxiliary groups of an UN organ focussed on social and financial issues.
India alongside 12 different individuals was chosen to the Committee for Program and Coordination (CPC), an auxiliary body of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
The nation collected the most number of votes in the Asian gathering, with 49 out of 50 individuals from ECOSOC voting to support its.
“India tops Asian gathering again @Un decisions. 49 of 50 individuals from Economic and Social Council vote India to Committee for Program and Coordination,” India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin tweeted yesterday.
The 13 individuals chose for three-year terms, starting January 2018, incorporate Burkina Faso, Iran, Japan, Pakistan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Moldova, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, the United Kingdom and United States.
The CPC is the principle auxiliary organ of the Economic and Social Council and the General Assembly to plan, programming and coordination.
India, alongside 19 different countries, was additionally chosen by praise to the International Narcotics Control Board for a four-year term starting January one year from now.
The 20 individuals included Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, Algeria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Croatia, Czech Republic, Russia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Cuba.