Poland will become a non-permanent member of the UN security Council instead of Ukraine
Poland from 1 January 2018, will become a non-permanent member of the security Council of the United Nations.
This was reported on the website of the Embassy of Poland in Ukraine Twitter, UNIAN reports.
“Poland became a non-permanent member of the UN security Council since the beginning of the term of office from 1 January 2018”, – stated in the message.
At the Permanent mission of Ukraine to Twitter saying that Poland would take the place of Ukraine in the UN security Council.
Except for Poland, the composition of the security Council in 2018-2019 elected non-permanent members Kuwait, côte d’ivoire, Equatorial Guinea and Peru, and in 2018, the Netherlands.
Note, in the UN security Council always have 5 permanent and 10 non-permanent members. Is held each year to replace five of the ten non-permanent members. So, in 2015 non-permanent members of the UN Security Council for 2016-2017 was elected as Ukraine, Egypt, Senegal, Uruguay and Japan.