Lithuania to focus on Ukraine's human rights situation at UN Human Rights Council
the Lithuania Tribune
Monday, September 8, 2014
The Human Rights Council holds its 27th regular session from 8 to 26 September in Geneva. During the session, Lithuania and other member states of the European Union will pay particular attention to the human rights situation in Ukraine and the Middle East - Syria, the occupied Palestinian territory and Iraq - as well as the right to liberty, development and privacy in the digital age, non-discrimination on grounds such as race and gender, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
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