Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva on wrote a letter saying that his country may end its boycott of the UN’s top human rights forum.
In the letter, dated June 3, Ambassador Eviatar Manor says he is seeking to meet the head of the 47-nation UN Human Rights Council “with a view to positively resolve all outstanding issues in Israel’s complex relationship” with the body.
The letter was released by the United Nations on Friday.
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