Algeria reelected as President of UN International Civil Service Commission



On November 4, at the level of the plenary of the 5th committee, at the last session of the UN General Assembly in New York, the Algerian candidate, Ambassador Larbi Djacta, was brilliantly reelected as President of the UN International Civil Service Commission against the Moroccan candidate, El Hassane Zahid, by the score of 121 against 64.

This victory for Algerian diplomacy led by the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, which comes on top of Algeria’s brilliant election to the UN Human Rights Council last month, and constitutes another consecration of the recognition and esteem enjoyed by our country on the international scene.

It should be recalled that the ICSC is an independent expert body established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1974, responsible for strengthening and maintaining high standards in the international civil service, while balancing the needs and concerns of member states and key stakeholders. It is the body by excellence that ensures that the entire UN system and the staff of the UN Secretariat fulfill their tasks and guarantee the exemplary functioning of the world organization.—PR


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