The UN may soon vote for a tribunal for Russia
First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova announced that a resolution on the establishment of a special tribunal for Russia's crimes will be voted on in the UN General Assembly.
According to Ukrinform, Dzhaparova said this at open UN Security Council debate on the rule of law in international relations.
“We call on all responsible states to support the resolution on the establishment of the tribunal, which we are going to submit to the General Assembly,” she said.
< p>The First Deputy Foreign Minister stressed that “the right of force, which Russia barbarously practices against Ukraine, sends a clear signal to everyone present in this hall: no one is safe anymore.”
“If the country , cat Oraya abuses the rights and privileges of a permanent member of the Security Council, attacks another UN member state, this means only one thing – security is destroyed, international peace is called into question, the rule of law is grossly violated,” Dzhaparova said.
She recalled that almost 88 years ago the United States, Great Britain, France and the Soviet Union signed the London Agreement and the Charter of the International Military Tribunal, which opened the way to the Nuremberg Trials.
“This is exactly what we must do today – create a special tribunal to investigate the crime of aggression,” Dzhaparova added.
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich