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Switzerland, Japan Among Nations Backed for UN Security Council

Switzerland collected enough votes for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, winning its first two-year mandate on the body since joining the world organization 20 years ago. 

At a meeting of the UN General Assembly on Thursday, Switzerland was chosen for one of the rotating spots on the Security Council in 2023-2024 alongside Ecuador, Japan, Malta and Mozambique.