India's Shift in Stance at UNGA

On 13th December, 2023, India voted in favour of a resolution in the UN General Assembly (UNGA) that demanded an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict and the unconditional release of all hostages.

Key Points

  • Global Assembly's Overwhelming Approval: The UN General Assembly's adoption of the resolution saw 153 nations in favour, 10 against, and 23 abstentions, underscoring global sentiments.
  • Key Demands of the Resolution: The UNGA resolution expressed concern over the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, calling for an immediate ceasefire and the unconditional release of hostages.
  • Countries Opposing the Resolution: Notable opponents included Austria, Czech Republic, Guatemala, Israel, Liberia, Micronesia, ....
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