The video of a United Nations official having a physical relationship with a woman in a car is becoming quite viral on social media. This video has surfaced from Tel Aviv, the capital of Izayarl. After the video went viral, the United Nations said that this incident is very shocking and disturbing.
In the viral clip, it is clear that a woman wearing a red dress is sitting on the back seat of the car with a man. Apart from this, a person is also seen on the driving seat in the car. After the video surfaced, the statement issued by the UN said that the investigation of the case is going on. He was very close to identifying the person seen in the video
The UN said, ‘Employees of the peace organization in Israel are also being viewed as suspicious. The video is of a main street in Tel Aviv. Earlier, the driver’s face was clearly visible in the video, the car left from there. After the vehicle stopped at the traffic signal, someone took this video from above the building.
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spokesman Stephen Dujarric said that this 18-second video is practically disgusting. Such cases are coming out by UN employees going against what we are standing against.
He said, “It has been found in the information so far revealed that this car is of ‘United Nations Truss Supervision Organization’. Sex in the car was done with the consent of two people or money was given for it, it is being investigated seriously.
The United Nations policy on sexual abuse and abuse is very strict. If the person concerned is found guilty for violating the rules, disciplinary action can be taken.
In this case, the peace organization can ban the guilty and send him back home. However, this right belongs to the domestic nation of the guilty to take disciplinary or legal action.
Let us know that the United Nations has been investigating allegations of sexual misconduct by its peacekeepers and other employees for a long time. In the last few years, such cases have been continuously coming forward. Whereas UN Secretary-General Guterres himself has spoken of zero tolerance for top officials involved in sexual abuse cases.