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US disappointed in India's decision to abstain from voting for UN resolution on Sri Lanka

US disappointed in India's decision to abstain from voting for UN resolution on Sri Lanka The United States Friday expressed its disappointment over India's decision to abstain from voting on the U.S.-led resolution against Sri Lanka at the 25th session of the United Nations Human Right Council.At the press briefing Friday, responding to media queries the State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf said the U.S. has made its disappointment known to India."It is disappointing to us that India abstained from voting on this resolution when they voted yes for the last two years. We have made our disappointment known to Indian officials," Ms. Harf said.She said for the first time the resolution, adopted by a vote of 23 yes, 12 no, and 12 abstentions, requests a comprehensive investigation ...
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