Russia was expelled from the UN Council because of Ukraine and the atrocities committed there. The proposal was supported by 93 countries, 24 were opposed. For example, China, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Belarus and others ...
UN Council what is it? The United Nations, abbreviated UN, is an international organization whose members are all the recognized states of the world except the Vatican - as of June 2021, the UN has 193 member states.
Prior to the vote and expulsion, United Nations member states received a threatening letter from Russia's UN mission on Wednesday. Countries that raise their hands to suspend Russia's membership of the Human Rights Council (UNHRC) or abstain will reportedly pay dearly. Such a move will be seen as a "hostile gesture!
The UN General Assembly voted to exclude Russia from the UN Human Rights Council. They expelled one of the founders of the United Nations, the Soviet Union at the time. The founders of June 24, 1945 - officially October 24, 1945 the UN were: Soviet Union, United States, Republic of China, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Belarus Soviet Socialist Republic, United Kingdom, France, Ethiopia, India, Canada, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Australia , New Zealand, Netherlands, Denmark, Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland, Norway, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Iran, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, South Africa, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The general objectives of the UN (now without Russia) are still the same:
• reduce poverty and social exclusion
• achieve universal primary education
• promote gender equality and provide women with more opportunities in society
• reduce child mortality
• improve maternal health
• combating HIV / AIDS, malaria and other diseases
• ensure environmental sustainability
• build a global partnership for development
• maintain international peace and security