UN General Assembly sets the date for voting on Resolution on Srebrenica Genocide

The vote on the Resolution on the Srebrenica Genocide at the UN General Assembly will take place on Thursday, May 23.

The Resolution will be considered, as scheduled, at 10 am local time, i.e. at 4 pm CET. It was previously supposed to be considered on May 2, but it was postponed due to procedural matters.

Germany and Rwanda proposed this Resolution, and the full list of co-sponsors is as follows: United States of America, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Turkey, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, Albania, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Poland, Rwanda, Slovenia and Vanuatu.

Fifty-seven member countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation also supported the Resolution.

A number of countries have declared that they will vote for the resolution even though they will not co-sponsor it. Montenegro is among them.

You can read the main points of the draft resolution here.

(NIN, 15.05.2024)




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