International Neutrality Day 2021 is celebrated every year on 12 December. The day is celebrated by the United Nations to raise public awareness about the importance of neutrality in international relations. Its official announcement was made in February 2017 by the resolution of the ‘United Nations General Assembly’ and the day was celebrated for the first time on 12 December 2017 in the same year.
‘Day of Neutrality’ is defined as the legal position arising from the abstinence of a country from all participation in war between countries, the maintenance of an attitude of fairness towards belligerents and the maintenance of this abstraction and impartiality. Recognition by the belligerents of the – is critically important.
To gain and maintain the trust and cooperation of all for the ‘United Nations’ (UN) to operate freely and effectively, especially in situations that are politically charged.
The ‘United Nations General Assembly’ on 2 February 2017, adopted resolution 71/275 unanimously by the ‘United Nations’ with effect from 12 December 1995. Recognizing and supporting Turkmenistan’s enduring neutrality – mentioning the link between peacebuilding and the 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development and declaring 12 December as International Day of Neutrality.