The UN General Assembly will vote on whether to expel Russia from the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday, following reports that Russian troops killed civilians in Bucha, Ukraine, according to the assembly presidency.
The vote has been “confirmed for 10:00 a.m.,” according to Paulina Kubiak, a presidential spokesman.
For Russia to be temporarily excluded from the Geneva-based Human Rights Council, two-thirds of the countries voting in the 193-member assembly must favor suspension.
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