In a discussion with foreign ambassadors and high commissioners, Foreign Minister President’s Attorney Ali Sabri emphasized that he expects to work effectively with the Human Rights Commission in the 51st session of the International Human Rights Council. There, the Foreign Minister mentioned that progress has been achieved in the field of human rights and reconciliation through the domestic process. He also said that the government is engaged in the process of building agreements so that further progress can be made for the sake of justice and equality. United Nations Resident Coordinator Hannah Singer has praised the government’s efforts to address the challenges and expand the social safety net of vulnerable groups. The 51st session of the United Nations Human Rights Council is scheduled to be held from September 12 to October 7.
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