Germany Elected to UN Security Council

The German campaign for a seat among the non-permanent members of the UN Security Council succeeded on 12 October 2010.

128 of the 192 UN member states voted for Germany to take a seat in the Security Council for two years, starting in 2011.

Peter Wittig, the German UN Ambassador, played a key role in the campaign. He is said to have spoken to almost all UN members before the vote.

Take a look at reactions in the German media:

“Germany Joins ‘Vehement Supporters of Reform’ on Security Council” (Spiegel Online International, The World from Berlin, 13 October 2010)

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