Venezuela ratifies its adherence to the UN Human Rights Council in defense of these guarantees

This Tuesday Nicolás Maduro, president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, reiterated the country’s position to help the Human Rights Council of the United Nations Organization (UNHRC) to strengthen the defense of the values ​​of the humanity and its guarantees.

This message from the head of state comes amidst the 16th anniversary of the UN Human Rights Council.

The national president expressed through his Twitter account the following: “On the 16th anniversary of the UN Human Rights Council, we reiterate the need to join political wills to fight for the interests of the Peoples. May you count on Venezuela so that this organization is strengthened in the defense of the most precious values ​​of humanity”.

The UN Human Rights Council is an intergovernmental body created on March 15, 2006 (replacing the United Nations Commission on Human Rights- UNCHR), in charge of strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights throughout the world and to deal with situations of human rights violations and formulate recommendations about them.

It has the ability to discuss all thematic issues related to human rights and situations that require its attention throughout the year.