The President of Ukraine spoke at an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council
The President invited UN representatives to look at what the Russian Federation has done with Ukrainian infrastructure.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky spoke at a meeting of the UN Security Council. He called on the organization to condemn the Russians’ missile attacks on our country’s energy infrastructure and called them a “crime against humanity.” With a speech via video link, the head of state addressed the assembly on Wednesday, November 23.
He also called on the members of the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution that would condemn any form of energy terror of the Russian Federation.
“What does Russia want to achieve? When temperatures are below zero and millions of people do not have electricity, water, food. This is an obvious crime against humanity,” he said.
He also called for a ban on the Russian Federation to participate in voting that relates to its aggression against Ukraine.
“A terrorist state cannot participate in any votes about its aggression, its terror, this is a dead end,” the president said.
Zelensky also called for a change in the practice in which the Russian Federation, as a terrorist country, has the right to veto any decisions of the Security Council, including those relating to its aggression against Ukraine.
Also, the President of Ukraine invited UN representatives to come and look at what Russia has done with the Ukrainian infrastructure, and the UN Security Council to support the Ukrainian peace formula that he had previously presented.
“Today, 70 missiles flew in one day – this is the Russian formula of terror. We are waiting for a reaction to Russia’s terror. We need air defense systems. It’s time to support the Ukrainian formula of peace,” the president stressed.
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