Italy was re-elected to the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice commission and to the UN World Food Programme's executive board, the foreign ministry tweeted on Thursday.
"Italy re-elected to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and elected to the Executive Board of the WFP," read the tweet.
"We are proud to contribute to the UN efforts on global, economic, social and environmental security," the tweet added.
The CCPJC comprises 40 member states and is the UN's principal crime and criminal justice policy-making body.
WFP's executive board is its supreme governing body and contains 36 states that are members of the UN or of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation.