UK for the first time since 1946, has not received a place in the International court of justice. About it reports The Independent.

Place in the court was not British canidate Christopher Greenwood, and Indian – Dalveer Bhandari.

After five rounds of voting by the UN security Council and the General Assembly, a court first received the representatives of Brazil, Lebanon, France and Somalia. In the last round had to choose two candidates, British and Indian,

In the end, Britain withdrew its candidate Christopher Greenwood, explaining that not want to take the time of the security Council and General Assembly and further rounds of voting.

See also: Britain and the EU agreed on the continuation of negotiations on Brexit




Britain first won a seat in the International court of justice 22.11.2017

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