• Kyodo


UNESCO’s Executive Board has adopted a resolution calling for revised guidelines around its documentary registration system to secure transparency and avoid conflicts among member states.

The move on Thursday came in the wake of the U.N. body’s listing last year of China’s Nanjing Massacre papers on its “Memory of the World” program drew a strong protest from Japan, which doubted whether UNESCO was “neutral and fair” in registering them.

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