Nigeria will hold the seat from 2024 until 2026.
According to reports, Nigeria is the only Member State that received all of the votes from the members to fill the 18 open seats on the Council.
No Member State abstained, and there were 191 present who supported Nigeria.
France, Germany, Haiti, Japan, Kenya, Liechtenstein, Mauritania, Nepal, Pakistan, Paraguay, Poland, Senegal, Spain, Suriname, United Kingdom, Uruguay, and Zambia are the other 17 nations that will serve with Nigeria.
Similar to this, Member States chose Türkiye in a by-election for the Western European and Others Group seat left by Greece.
The first day of Türkiye’s tenure will be January 1, 2024, and it will end in December of the following year.
Member States also choose who will replace the current vacancy in the Eastern European Group at the election.