Did Kazakhstan sit in the UNSC for the 4 days where it was the last member of the USSR

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Jul 23, 2022 08:44 AM 0 Answers
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Basically the title. But to elaborate, Kazakhstan was the last member to be a part of USSR. Since USSR had a seat at the UNSC and the veto power that comes with it, is it technically correct to say any of the following statements?

  1. Kazhakstan sat in the UNSC
  2. Kazhakstan represented USSR at the UNSC
  3. Kazhakstan was a part of the UNSC

Of these three, i think a lot depends on the nature of UN meetings during the dissolution of USSR. For example, have the ambassadors turned towards Kazakhstan's political authority or did they continue business as usual?

Most sites simply mention "the UNSC powers of USSR was transferred to Russia" during my very brief research.

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