Israel, the United States and Brazil were the only three countries to vote against a U.N. General Assembly resolution on Thursday to condemn the U.S. embargo of Cuba for the 28th year.
The measure passed 187-3, with Ukraine and Colombia abstaining.
Last year, the tally was 189-2 with only Israel and the United States voting in opposition, with no abstentions.
UNGA resolutions are not legally binding nor enforceable.
Source: Israel in the News