Mongolia is Appointed as UN Vice-President

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63rd UN General Assembly gathered and appointed heads of the 63rd assembly and committees last week. The General Assembly has 21 vice presidents and Mongolia was selected for the first time as the vice president with support of 192 countries in 1997. It is a tradition that USA, PRC, Russia, France and GB are selected as Security Council members.
UN memberships including Afghanistan, Bolivia, Egypt, Spain and Portugal were elected as vice presidents too. The former Nicaraguan foreign minister Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann was elected as the next President of the General Assembly by acclamation. After the election, Mr. d’Escoto told the Assembly that it was vital for Member States to work together on goals ranging from the maintenance of peace and security to the battle to eradicate poverty and hunger to ensure that the UN lives up to its name. The 63rd general Assembly of the United Nations Is to begin activities on September 16.

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