Watch: Denmark's Foreign Minister lashes out at the "dictator-dominated" UN

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UN Watch is a Geneva-based non-governmental organization whose stated mission is "to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter".
Hillel Neuer shared the video (embedded below) with the following description:
"....I was not completely alone today at the dictator-dominated UNHRC.
On my side was one Great Dane.
Watch Denmark's Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen as he slams the UNHRC's systematic anti-Israel bias:
"As a member, Denmark will work for a Council that treats all states in an equal and fair manner. It undermines the credibility of this Council and its members when it insists on singling out one country—Israel, a democracy—under its own agenda item. All countries should be treated on an equal footing. Therefore, we will not speak under Item 7..."..."
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