The reforms of the UN Human Rights Discussion board ought to embrace a “disproportionate focus” on Israel: State Dept.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Reforms that address the UN Human Rights Council’s “disproportionate focus” on Israel are among the changes the United States wants to see, State Department spokesman Ned Price said Monday.

The United States said earlier Monday it would return as an observer to the UN Human Rights Council, which it left under the Trump administration, as it sought reforms of the “flawed body”.

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