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A representative call the 15-member body a “pillar” of the United Nations.
Meeting today after Russian President Vladimir V. Putin announced Moscow’s annexation of Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia, the Security Council has rejected proposed legislation to punish the voters who preceded it.
The letter, submitted by Albania and the United States, was supported by 10 member states. But vetoed by the Russian Federation. (Also Read This: Enjoy The Adrenaline Rush As The World’s Fastest Cars Race Around Narom’s (Melbourne) Iconic Albert Park Circuit). Brazil, China, Gabon, and India are all exceptions.
With the resolution, the 15-member council also announced that voters took from September 23 to 27 in the regions of these regions are not valid or confirmed based on changes in the conditions of these regions in Ukraine, including all directions. annexation of Russia.
In this letter, the Council will also urge all states, international organizations, and specialized agencies not to recognize changes in the status of these Ukrainian regions or non-recognition by Russia.
Among other things, the Council will have decided that the Russian Federation shall not recognize. Also, refrain from partially or fully interfering with national unity. Justice of Ukraine in all areas on the country’s international borders.
In addition, the organization decided that the Russian Federation should immediately stop the illegal invasion of Ukraine and immediately, completely. Also unconditionally withdraw all its forces from around Ukraine in its internationally recognized borders to facilitate a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
The representative of the United States mentioned before the vote that some people said that the process of making this resolution was fast. He said, “how fast is the illegal right of Russia to annex the territory of Ukraine”. To see that this issue is about common security, he asked other members of the Council to vote in favor of the resolution in international defense peace, and security.