Slovenia Welcomes Changes in UN Human Rights Council
Ljubljana, 20 June - Having commenced its three-year membership on the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday, Slovenia welcomed on Wednesday the changes to the body's working procedures. It also praised the preservation of the possibility to examine the human rights situation in countries where it is critical and where governments reject effective cooperation.
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