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Few months ago Pakistan and Kiribati also established relations .



Pakistan, Kiribati establish diplomatic relations

June 04, 2021



Pakistan and Republic of Kiribati have formally established diplomatic relations.
Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram signed the joint communique in New York.
On this occasion, Munir Akram talking to Ambassador of Kiribati also expressed Pakistan's desire to promote bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in various fields including tourism and fisheries.
Kiribati is an island country in Pacific Ocean.



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Every Vote in UN or International bodies matter before anybody starts criticizing it .
A minor observation: UNGA votes are meaningless even if 90% vote for something. It is the UNSC that really matters when the rubber hits the road.
But, yes, it is good to establish relations with Palau. The only time I heard of them involved in international affairs was when the United States wanted to settle some freed high profile prisoners (Guantanamo Bay?) and no country wanted to take them but Palau accepted them. Never heard about what happened to those chaps. Palau, Marshall Islands and surrounding few nations are the most reliable American supporters in UNGA when even 80-90% of other nations vote in different ways.

PS. The Palau lady in this video vaguely reminds me of New Zealand's Jacinda Arden.
 

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A minor observation: UNGA votes are meaningless even if 90% vote for something. It is the UNSC that really matters when the rubber hits the road.
But, yes, it is good to establish relations with Palau. The only time I heard of them involved in international affairs was when the United States wanted to settle some freed high profile prisoners (Guantanamo Bay?) and no country wanted to take them but Palau accepted them. Never heard about what happened to those chaps. Palau, Marshall Islands and surrounding few nations are the most reliable American supporters in UNGA when even 80-90% of other nations vote in different ways.

PS. The Palau lady in this video vaguely reminds me of New Zealand's Jacinda Arden.
1 . Membership of the Human Rights Council
Membership
The Council is made of 47 Member States, which are elected by the majority of members of the General Assembly of the United Nations through direct and secret ballot. The General Assembly takes into account the candidate States' contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights, as well as their voluntary pledges and commitments in this regard.
The Council's Membership is based on equitable geographical distribution. Seats are distributed as follows:
  1. African States: 13 seats
  2. Asia-Pacific States: 13 seats
  3. Latin American and Caribbean States: 8 seats
  4. Western European and other States: 7 seats
  5. Eastern European States: 6 seats
2 , UNSC has also 10 non permanent members rotated every two years .


3 . UN Bodies chairmanship also has each vote important .


4 . While we already have no votes from Israel , India and Armenia .

ETC ETC
 

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its good we should recognize every reality on ground .
Nice 👍 I watched a video on them recently by drew, Great move
I have a very established relationship with Pilau.
Yeh Pilau nahi, "Palau" hai... :lol:
A minor observation: UNGA votes are meaningless even if 90% vote for something. It is the UNSC that really matters when the rubber hits the road.
But, yes, it is good to establish relations with Palau. The only time I heard of them involved in international affairs was when the United States wanted to settle some freed high profile prisoners (Guantanamo Bay?) and no country wanted to take them but Palau accepted them. Never heard about what happened to those chaps. Palau, Marshall Islands and surrounding few nations are the most reliable American supporters in UNGA when even 80-90% of other nations vote in different ways.

PS. The Palau lady in this video vaguely reminds me of New Zealand's Jacinda Arden.
 

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