Brazil returns to the UN Security Council after 10 years

The country will occupy a non-permanent seat for the 11th time, in the 2022-2023 biennium

O Brazil was elected this Friday, 11, to one of the rotating vacancies in the United Nations Security Council (UN), in 2022-2023, informed the institution itself via Twitter. They were also chosen this Friday for the period Albania, Gabon, Ghana and the United Arab Emirates.

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Permanent members, with veto power, are the United States, China, United Kingdom, France and Russia.

There are a total of 15 members on the Security Council, with five of the temporary ones elected each year, for two-year terms.

In 2022, they will also be featured in Kenya, India, Mexico, Norway and Ireland.

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