Jul 05 (IPS) – When the United Nations renovated its building at a cost of over $2.1 billion, as part of a seven-year refurbishing project back in 2014, the seating in the cavernous General Assembly hall was increased from 193 to 204—primarily in anticipation of at least 11 new member states joining the world body sooner or later.Read the full story, “UN Ready for Breakaway Nations but the Pace Remains Slow”, on globalissues.org →

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