Top Ukrainian diplomats issued a serious warning to the United Nations on Wednesday.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said a full-scale war with Russia would be “the end of the world order.”
He urged the United Nations and the international community to impose “quick, concrete and decisive action.”
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister told the United Nations on Wednesday that a full-scale war with Russia meant “the end of the world order.”
“The beginning of a major war in Ukraine will be the end of the world order, as we know it,” Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told the UN General Assembly in New York. It was later shared on the Ukrainian government website.
“If Russia does not take strict, swift and decisive action now, this will mean the complete bankruptcy of the international security system and institutions whose mission is to maintain the world’s security order,” he added. I added.
Kreva called for “quick, concrete and decisive action” to be imposed on both the United Nations and the international community as a whole in response to the recent invasion of Russia.
Russia on monday Recognize two regions In eastern Ukraine, ruled by the Kremlin-backed separatists as an independent state, shortly before President Vladimir Putin Ordered army Cross his border to Ukraine.
Have movement Extensive sanctions triggered It covers banks, Russian legislators and elites, and national finances from the United States, United Kingdom, the European Union, and other countries.
Mr. Kreva said the world was in a “crisis situation” in its history, calling the current situation Europe’s “greatest security crisis” since World War II.
He said the United Nations needs to take “concrete actions to stop Russia’s war machines” before a “bloody” conflict occurs.
“I don’t want this,” he said. “Ukraine doesn’t want this. The world doesn’t want this.”
President Joe Biden said it earlier U.S. forces will not be dispatched to Ukraine — This is not a NATO ally — but the United States and its allies will “protect every corner of NATO’s territory”.
At the beginning of Wednesday, Kreva wrote on Twitter: The country should impose more sanctions About Russia and Putin.
“I’ll hit more. I’ll hit more. I’ll hit now,” he said. I have written..
Ukrainian President Wolodimil Zelensky On Wednesday, he announced a similar plea and urged the international community to take a “harsh” response to Russia’s actions.
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