New York – Japan is likely to return to the U.N. Security Council from January as it became the Asia-Pacific region’s unified candidate in the upcoming election to select new nonpermanent members.
Mongolia, which was vying for the seat allocated to the region, has dropped its bid, informed sources said Tuesday.
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