Lebanon’s Right To Vote At The UN Was Finally Restored After Late Payments

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According to an official notification received by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Lebanon has regained its right to vote in the United Nations.

The notification was sent by the Permanent Mission of Lebanon to the United Nations in New York, following the recent payment of the country’s annual contributions for 2022 and 2023.

The restoration of Lebanon’s right to vote in the United Nations is an important step toward its reintegration into the international community.

Lebanon has a long history of engagement with the United Nations, and the restoration of its voting rights is a significant development. It will enable Lebanon to participate in the decision-making processes of the United Nations and to have a voice in global affairs.

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