Thursday, 30 January 2014 (Afternoon)
(Disclaimer: The following brief is not an official record, provides a brief factual summary of the UPR Working Group meeting with the State under review, and does not cover all points addressed)
The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaRepresented by ten-member delegation headed by Igor DZUNEV, Director of Multilateral Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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China, Ireland and Namibia.
Few points raised in the opening statement of State under review:(See full statement on
the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia page on the UPR Extranet)
56States participated in the dialogue: 23 HRC members and 33 observers (Statements available on
the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia page on the UPR Extranet).
Positive achievements noted by delegations included, among others:
Issues and questions raised by the Working Group included,
States participating in the dialogue posed a series of
recommendations to the State under review. These pertained to the following issues,
The adoption of the report of the UPR Working Group is scheduled to take place on
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