US says global community could have acted earlier and saved lives in troubled nations

US says global community could have acted earlier and saved lives in troubled nations

US says global community could have acted earlier and saved lives in troubled nations

Written by Staff Writer

20 Sep, 2014 | 9:10 pm

The US has said that several lives could have been saved had the global community acted earlier and more appropriately to situations in some troubled nations like Sri Lanka.

The US delegation noted the failure of the international community to act in Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur, Sri Lanka and Syria.

Foreign media reported that the US said in a statement at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva yesterday, that a delayed response by the international community resulted in decaying human rights situations in those countries.

Issued during a panel discussion on the role of prevention in promotion and protection of human rights, it said the most troubling aspect of recent atrocities is the concern that they could have been prevented.

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