India elected to UN Economic and Social Council for 2022 24
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UNITED NATIONS: India has been elected to the Economic and Social Council, one of many six major organs of the United Nations, for the 2022-24 time period.
The 54-member Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is on the coronary heart of the United Nations system to advance the three dimensions of sustainable improvement – financial, social and environmental.
It is the central platform for fostering debate and progressive considering, forging consensus on methods ahead, and coordinating efforts to attain internationally agreed targets.
It can be accountable for the follow-up to main UN conferences and summits.
India was elected within the Asia-Pacific States class together with Afghanistan, Kazakhstan and Oman within the elections held on Monday.
From the African states, Côte d’Ivoire, Eswatini, Mauritius, Tunisia and the United Republic of Tanzania had been elected whereas from the japanese European states, Croatia and the Czech Republic and from the Latin American and Caribbean states, Belize, Chile and Peru had been elected.
In the Economic and Social Council by-election, Greece, New Zealand and Denmark had been elected for a time period of workplace from January to December 2022 and Israel was elected for a time period of workplace starting January 1, 2022 and till December 31, 2023.
“I thank all Member States of the @UN for their vote of confidence in India for #ECOSOC,” India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador T S Tirumurti tweeted.
India is presently serving the 2021-22 time period as a non-permanent member of the highly effective UN Security Council and can assume the Presidency of the 15-nation UN organ in August.
The UN Charter established ECOSOC in 1945 as one of many six major organs of the United Nations.
ECOSOC’s 54 members are elected for three-year phrases by the General Assembly. Seats on the Council are allotted primarily based on geographical illustration with 14 allotted to African states, 11 to Asian states, six to japanese European states, 10 to Latin American and Caribbean states and 13 to western European and different states, in line with the ECOSOC web site.

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