Since it first became a member of the Council in 2016, Mongolia has in the absence of consensus: voted in favour of a number of item 4 resolutions (situations that require the Council’s attention) on the situations in the Syrian Arab Republic, and Burundi; and abstained during the vote on item 4 resolutions on the situations in Belarus, the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the Syrian Arab Republic. For item 7 resolutions (human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories) Mongolia has consistently voted in favour, or joined consensus. On item 10 resolutions (capacity-building), Mongolia has joined consensus on all texts, except for two that were voted on during its time as a member, dealing with: cooperation and assistance to Ukraine in the field of human rights; and cooperation with Georgia. Mongolia abstained on these texts.
For thematic resolutions dealing with civil and political rights, Mongolia has generally joined consensus. In the absence of consensus it has nearly always voted in favour of such texts, with the exception of the Egyptian resolution on the effects of terrorism. Mongolia abstained on this text.
For thematic resolutions focusing on economic, social and cultural rights, Mongolia has either joined consensus, on or has voted in favour of, all adopted texts.