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35 countries abstained from voting on Thursday in New York.
Those who voted against the resolution included the United States, Israel, Guatemala, Honduras, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, and Togo.
Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, Poland, Romania, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina were among those who abstained.
After months of rows and cancelled meetings, Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar is visiting Zagreb on Tuesday to meet his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenkovic in the hope of moving forwards towards a resolution of the territorial dispute between the two states.
The Kosovar justice minister says Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has been removed from an international arrest warrant issued by Serbia.
"Today, I was informed that Interpol has removed 18 people from Kosovo that are wanted by Serbia and this list also includes the prime minister," Justice Minister Abelard Tahiri said on December 1.
Greek Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas is not among the final top three candidates for the Council of Europe's human rights commissioner, after coming in fourth place on Thursday with 21 votes.
"We made a dignified effort," he told Kathimerini. "We believed the country deserved this position after everything it has done. But the people who did qualify are excellent for the job."
Slovenia held a run-off election Nov. 12, with internet-savvy President Borut Pahor widely forecast to win a second term, although a low turnout could hand victory to his rival.