Previous Portuguese executive Antonio Guterres was confirmed Monday as Secretary General of the United Nations, turning into the ninth UN boss in the body's 71-year history.
The previous UN exile boss was chosen to the top occupation by acclaim in the General Assembly in October.
He assumes control from Ban Ki-moon on January 1.
Guterres, 67, performed well in noting inquiries before gathering individuals and his official experience as leader and as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees from 2005-2015 moved him to the lead position among 13 applicants competing for the occupation in casual surveys in the chamber.
After the 6th survey, the chamber selected him by recognition and his name was sent to the get together for conclusive endorsement.
"We have each certainty he will lead our association with astuteness and integrity," said GA President John William Ashe.
The swearing in came after the 193 General Assembly individuals paid tribute to Ban, a tribute that finished with an overwhelming applause for the local South Korean. Boycott served two five-year terms.
The function incorporated the UN's top pioneers and was gone to by dignitaries including Myanmar government official and Nobel peace prize victor Aung San Suu Kyi.
The determination of another secretary general had customarily been chosen away from public scrutiny by a couple of capable nations. Yet, this year, the procedure included open discourses with every hopeful who was crusading for the occupation.
UN boss are accused of advancing feasible improvement, working for peace around the world, securing human rights and managing philanthropic fiascoes.