Poland became a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council from Eastern Europe.
From 1 January 2018 Poland became a non-permanent member of the Security Council of the United Nations from Eastern European countries instead of Ukraine. It will clinstat in the UN security Council for two years, reports Polish radio.
Noted that the Polish side will participate in conversations and decisions regarding important issues of global security, however, the real impact of the UN on these matters every year more and more limited.
In addition to Poland, from 1 January in the group of non-permanent members are, in particular, Kuwait, Peru and the Republic of côte d’ivoire. It is reported that Poland is a non-permanent member of the UN security Council for the sixth time. Previously performed this task in 1996-1997. The UN security Council – one of the most important bodies to the United Nations. Engaged in peacekeeping, that is, in practice, most problems of the modern world. We are talking about armed conflicts, international politics, and on some natural phenomena.
The security Council has five permanent members: China, France, Russia, the US and UK and 10 non-permanent members are elected for a term of two years. The UN security Council decides on important Affairs related to the world in the world and can apply sanctions to member States. In recent years, they have been used against Syria and North Korea. However, in practice, the UN is very limited.
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Most resolutions have the character of an appeal to respect the international order, and more controversial actions often block the permanent members of the UN with veto power. In recent years, most resolutions on Syria vetoed supportive of the Damascus Russia.
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