The attempt to split hairs and justify WTS participation with the UN, with the OSCE, and becoming an NGO (along with the *requirements* of such), are astounding, and sound disingenuous. To be an apologetic is a result of cognitive dissonence or denial.
..."becoming an NGO (along with the *requirements* of such)...
I'm no Watchtower apologist. The Watchtower Society did not become an NGO. It was an NGO (non-governmental organization) long before Ciro Aulicino and Lloyd Barry signed those papers to affiliate with the Department of Information of the UN back in the early 90s. What it did was to become an affiliated NGO with a department of the UN. This is an important difference and should not be confused with just being a regular non-governmental organization.
The question that needs to be answered still is if the Watchtower Society has any affiliated status with the UN these days. Attending a series of meetings of a UN agency does not mean it has affiliated with a UN agency or has agreed to support the UN (like it did with the DPI situation back in the 90s).
Do we have evidence that the Watchtower Society has affiliated with a UN agency? Or, are they using these UN agency meetings to get something they want?