Zelensky: one seat in the UN Security Council is still occupied

Zelensky: one seat in the UN Security Council is still occupied
Zelensky: one seat in the UN Security Council is still occupied

Zelensky is sure that no one in the world wants to hear the lies of the Russians.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that one seat on the UN Security Council “is still occupied.”

As the president noted in his video message, he is sure that no one in the world wants to hear Russian lies anymore.

“I just turned to the UN Security Council and urged to respond. To respond to Russian terror. One seat in the Security Council is still occupied, and they tried to say something from there. I am sure that no one in the world wants to hear Russian lies. Really: this seat empty,” the head of state stressed.

He also recalled that the European Parliament recognized Russia as a terrorist state and called on the European Union and its members to create a legal framework for such recognition to work at the national level throughout Europe, and have legal consequences, not just political ones.

“And Russia – as if the whole world doesn’t matter – continued its missile attacks today,” Zelensky said.

UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine

On November 23, 2022, Russia launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine. As a result of the attack, people were killed and dozens of people were injured.

In connection with the large-scale attack, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky initiated an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council.

In his speech at a meeting of the UN Security Council, Zelensky called on the meeting participants to support the Ukrainian peace formula and condemn Russian aggression. In addition, Ukraine proposes that the Security Council adopt a resolution condemning any form of energy terror.

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