Gambia garners widespread support for groundbreaking resolution on human rights 

In a resounding success for The Gambia’s diplomatic efforts, the Permanent Mission of the Republic of The Gambia in Geneva, Switzerland, proudly presented and garnered widespread support for its groundbreaking resolution titled “Human Rights and the Culture of Peace” during the 55th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) on April 4th, 2024.

This historic achievement saw the Resolution embraced by 65 member nations of the United Nations, affirming a significant step forward in the global pursuit of aligning human rights with the nurturing of a culture of peace. The enthusiastic reception and endorsement of this Resolution underscore The Gambia’s pivotal role in championing this vital cause on the international stage.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation, and Gambians Abroad lauded the remarkable leadership demonstrated by the Permanent Mission of The Gambia and its dedicated personnel in navigating this resolution to success. This milestone not only underscores The Gambia’s commitment to advancing human rights but also highlights its diplomatic prowess in garnering international consensus on critical issues of peace and human dignity.

In response to this momentous accomplishment, the Ministry extends its heartfelt gratitude to all nations that threw their weight behind the Resolution. The strong show of solidarity underscores a shared commitment to sustainable peace and the universal respect for human rights.

This achievement marks a significant chapter in The Gambia’s diplomatic narrative, positioning the nation as a proactive advocate for global peace and human rights.

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