The vote in the 193-member world body was 143-5 with 35 abstentions,
The assembly voted 141-5 with 35 abstentions on March 2 to demand an immediate Russian cease-fire, withdrawal of all its forces and protection for all civilians. On March 24, it voted 140-5 with 38 abstentions on a resolution blaming Russia for Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis and urging an immediate cease-fire and protection for millions of civilians and the homes, schools and hospitals critical to their survival.
I guess it’s always the same 4 countries that are siding with Russia?
Ninja edit to answer my own question: Actually no. Belarus, Syria and North Korea are constants, but it used to be Eritrea in both March resolutions, now it’s Nicaragua.
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