Nepal votes for Ukraine at the UN

WASHINGTON DC, February 24: Nepal voted for Ukraine in the United Nations resolution calling for an end to the war by condemning Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Nepal voted in favor of Ukraine while participating in the special emergency General Assembly held at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Thursday. 141 of the 193 countries in the United Nations voted in favor of Ukraine. The resolution passed by the General Assembly has called on Russia to withdraw its troops and stop the war.

A year has passed since Russia attacked Ukraine and the United Nations has raised concerns about the global supply problem and rising poverty due to food insecurity and inflation. On February 24, 2022, Russia inhumanely attacked Ukraine. There have been thousands of victims so far, but there is no reliable data on how many people lost their lives.

The countries that voted against the UN resolution are Belarus, North Korea, Eritrea, Mali, Nicaragua, Russia and Syria.

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