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Russia's plan for aid to Ukraine in Security Council has failed

Russia’s plan for aid to Ukraine in Security Council has failed

The call, drawn up by Russia on Wednesday at the United Nations Security Council, failed to provide assistance and security to civilians in Ukraine because there was no mention of participation. Moscow In crisis.

Russia and China voted in favor, with 13 countries abstaining in the 15-member assembly.

For his part, the US envoy, in a speech to the Security Council, said that Russia was trying to mislead the military in Kiev.

According to Linda Thomas Greenfield, Russian forces are carrying out atrocities against civilians in Ukraine.

He also reaffirmed his country’s support for the Ukrainian people against Russian military action.

Ukrainian refugees in Poland – Reuters

Any draft resolution of the Security Council must have the approval of at least nine members and be vetoed by Russia, China, Britain, France and the United States.

Russia canceled a scheduled vote in the Security Council last Friday After being accused of carrying out an “unprecedented pressure” campaign against Western nations Action. The United States has denied Russia’s allegations.

Russia withdrew from the draft resolution on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine after France and Mexico withdrew because Moscow had said it would veto it. The draft resolution was criticized for Russia’s role in creating a humanitarian situation in Ukraine.

From Kiev (Reuters archive)

From Kiev (Reuters archive)

It is noteworthy that on February 24, Russian forces began operations He described it as a limited army in the regions of eastern Ukraine, but it quickly expanded north and south, and even reached near Kiev, calling for unprecedented tension in Europe and widespread international anger, imposed by many Western nations. Extensive set of sanctions on Moscow, including many banks and companies. , As well as Russian politicians, delegates and the rich, and Russian President Vladimir Putin and his foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov.

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The military operation called for a security alert between Moscow and the West, especially NATO and the European Union, prompting several top Western diplomats to issue warnings. Since World War III.