Russia, China and others support Sri Lanka at the Human Rights Council

 

During the general debate of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on the controversial report by Ban-Ki-Moon,  China and Russia expressed their support to Sri Lanka.

Representative from Russian Federation, Konstantin Dolgov welcomed the steps taken by the Sri Lankan government to address the allegations.

Pakistani diplomat highlighting the HRC11/1 report on official development assistance to help Sri Lanka fight poverty noted that the international community owed it to Sri Lanka to assist it and to rid the country of the scourge of terrorism.

 

Malaysian and Bangladesh representatives also spoke in support of the post war undertakings by Sri Lanka

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