Kenya Wins UN Security Council Seat

Kenya has won a seat on UN Security Council, beating Djibouti. The contest between the two countries went to a second round of voting after the first phase saw Nairobi's victory insufficient to win the UN seat. In the second round, Kenya scored 129 votes, beating Djibouti which got 62 votes.

The UN Security Council meeting on Libya in November 2019. But it has been largely silent on Libya for several months.

President Uhuru Kenyatta receives a bouquet of flowers as he arrives for a United Nations General Assembly.

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