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Ukrainian envoy at UN blame Russia in creating "controlled instability"

Wed, 10.05.2017 07:39



Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations Volodymyr Yelchenko said at a meeting of the Security Council that the Russian Federation had created "controlled instability" in many countries along its borders, as in Ukraine.

"Since the 1990s, the Russian Federation had created 'controlled instability' in many countries along its borders, as in Ukraine, where it sought to halt that country's integration with the European Union," said Yelchenko. The European Union and the United Nations should not shy away from a proactive approach to resolving conflict in Europe, he stressed. Yelchenko said the European Union had helped to resolve crises far beyond its geographic "neighborhood", citing Colombia as just one example.

"The bloc's Global Strategy for foreign and security policy reflected the priorities of European Union-United Nations cooperation," he said, expressing support for their unified and integrated approach to conflicts and crisis. "Stronger engagement in resolving conflict and participation in political dialogue would enhance the voice of partners struggling for peace and democratic values."

Citing the Strategy on United Nations peacebuilding efforts, he joined its call for Council members not to vote against credible draft resolutions requiring action to prevent or end mass atrocities.

Pyotr Ilyichev, Acting Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, objected to such a proposal. He believes that the involvement of "other players," including the UN, will only "confuse the situation."

Source: UNIAN

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