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Slovenia requests UN Human Rights Council session on Ethiopia

By: J.S., STA

Slovenia, in its capacity as the presiding EU country, requested a special session of the UN Human Rights Council on the situation in Ethiopia, and more than 50 countries supported the call, Slovenia’s Permanent Mission to the UN Office in Geneva announced on Twitter.

EU Ambassador to Geneva Lotte Knudsen tweeted the UN Human Rights Council must fulfil its responsibilities. A special session could take place this Friday.

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