Ukraine And Russia War: Any nuclear threat “should be unanimously opposed”

Any nuclear threat "should be unanimously opposed

In light of Russia’s use of the veto in the Security Council on September 30, Csaba Krösi was addressing at the most recent Emergency Special Session of the most representative body in the world on the war in Ukraine that was started by Russia’s invasion on February 24.

Ukraine: Any nuclear threat “should be unanimously opposed

We have to come up with a political answer.

The recent annexation of four regions of Ukraine by Russia was denounced in that resolution as being obviously illegitimate, according to Mr. Krösi. The so-called referendums that were held before to the “attempted illegal annexation,” according to the Assembly resolution that will be voted on later this week, also broke international law. We lose our humanity, he claimed, when seeing pictures of wrecked towns and dispersed bodies becomes regular. We need to come up with a political solution based on international law and the UN Charter

Ukraine And Russia War
Any nuclear threat “should be unanimously opposed

What is the alternative, he asked, to the General Assembly resolution passed on March 2 asking for the withdrawal of Russian forces from Ukrainian territory? a society with no common laws. a world devoid of harmony. A planet without a future

Extend the grain agreement negotiated by the UN

He hailed UN Secretary-General António Guterres for his leadership in the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which has so far helped free up about six million metric tonnes of grain, and declared that “we shall act together” to completely implement the life-saving food supply from Ukrainian ports. Beyond the current deadline of mid-November, he said, it was crucial to obtain its renewal.

Russian request for a secret vote was denied

A procedural vote was held to approve a motion that Russia had flagged, requesting that the Ukrainian draught resolution under consideration be decided by secret ballot rather than an open recorded vote.

The Albanian proposal was approved with 107 votes in favour, 13 votes against, and 39 abstentions. The country’s envoy claimed that it would set a “dangerous precedent” to vote on such a crucial matter of peace and security without each nation disclosing its position.

Sergiy Kyslytsya
Speaking at the UN General Assembly’s Emergency Special Session on Ukraine is Sergiy Kyslytsya, the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN. (File Photo)

Family under attack

Sergiy Kyslytsya, the ambassador of Ukraine, took the stage first at the emergency meeting, where 66 nations are scheduled to speak from the podium of the UN General Assembly Hall in New York. He informed the audience that 14 hours earlier, he had received word that his immediate family had been targeted at home by massive airstrikes carried out by Russia in retaliation for the attack on the Crimea land bridge, which President Vladimir Putin has described as a “act of war.”

He added that during Monday’s numerous attacks on Ukrainian cities, civilians and civilian infrastructure had been purposefully targeted by approximately 84 missiles and approximately two dozen drones, including schools, universities, and museums. He claimed to have already lost family members to Russian aggression.

Actual appearance of the “terrorist State”

“Once again, the terrorist State that kills our citizens has been shown to the entire world. Russia attacks the peaceful citizens of Ukrainian cities as retribution for war losses. He stated that supporting the draught resolution would be a vote for the UN Charter and “a vote for justice” for “every country, for every one of our citizens, for your families, and for our children.”

Ambassador Vassily Nebenzya responded on behalf of Russia, claiming that the Albanian resolution, which affirmed that a recorded vote would take place after debate, had been a breach of procedure and a “unprecedented manipulation.”

Vassily Nebenzia
Addressing the UN General Assembly’s Emergency Special Session on Ukraine is Vassily Nebenzia, the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN. (File Photo)

Threatening polarisation

He claimed that the Assembly President himself had denied Russia the opportunity to make its case. He claimed that Russia was only seeking a just settlement, but that the UN had never before experienced the kind of cynicism, hostility, and danger that exists now.

He claimed that all parts of the Ukraine situation that were unfavourable to Western powers had been conveniently ignored and that the “Western side” had no genuine intention in achieving peace, rejecting Russia’s Security Council suggestions. According to their words, they don’t necessarily need peace in Ukraine, and the NATO alliance is attempting to at least seriously destabilise Russia.

Under “control” by the West

“Ukraine was selected by these countries for that purpose, was placed under their control, and is now a platform for the NATO weaponry testing and for combat against Russia, employing other people,” he stated. He claimed that Ukraine “sabotaged” Russia’s bridge to Crimea in a “outrageous” act of terrorism. According to him, Russia could not watch as Ukraine acted “impunity”.

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