UN suspends two observers in Israel after viral VIDEO of sex in an official car
viral UN sex video
The viral video showed that two men had sex in the official car because the car drove off the main street in Tel Aviv.
they were employees of the United Nations Mission in Israel who were suspended without pay.
They were identified as staff members of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO).
A military observer mission in Israel, who was on honorary leave on Thursday.
A man in a white uniform was on the back seat of a UN vehicle with a woman in a red dress.
Watch UN sex Video: UN chief disgusted after seeing sex video in the official car in Israel.
while another man raised his head from the front seat, 18 seconds video shows us.
The incident occurred on HaYarkon Street on the Tel Aviv waterfront. It began touring online at the end of June, prompting the United Nations to investigate.
Stéphane Dujarric, a spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General, told the BBC on Thursday
“in view of the seriousness of the allegations of non-compliance with the expected standards of conduct for international civil servants, the suspension is appropriate.”
He added that the Armistice Supervision Organization “re-launched a strong publicity campaign to remind its personnel to comply with the obligations of the United Nations Code of Conduct.”
When the video first appeared, Dujarric told reporters that he was “shocked” And deeply disturbed”.
Israeli media reports concluded that one of the men was an officer in Trinidad. The United Nations has neither admitted nor denied.
United Nations report
The United Nations report on sexual misdemeanors lists 175 accusations of sexual abuse against United Nations staff in 2019. Of these charges, 16 were confirmed, 15 were unfounded, and 144 are still under inquiry.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres promised to implement a “zero tolerance” approach towards sexual delinquency within the United Nations.
Armistice Supervision Organization
The Armistice Supervision Organization was established in 1948 to monitor the cessation of hostilities, between the newly announced State of Israel and its Arab neighbors.
Even after the two major wars of 1967 and 1973 brought the truce to a deadlock, it still exists in some way.
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