UN Security Council proposed to put an end to fascism in Russia

UN Security Council proposed to put an end to fascism in Russia

The UN Security Council was asked to put an end to Russian fascism

It is necessary to put an end to Russian fascism.

According to European Pravda, the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, Serhiy Kislytsya, also recalled that at one time there was no vote on the admission of Russia to the UN instead of the USSR.

“Russia's transition to an aggressive fascist regime has already been confirmed by her inability to refrain from attacking those whom she considers “weak prey.” We all need to stop this, the sooner the better. Ukraine is now at the forefront, it needs the will of its leadership, the determination and courage of its army and people, as well as unprecedented international solidarity, “Kislytsya said.

“If we allow Putin or his successor to Kremlin throne to grow its severed claws, covered in the blood of Ukrainians, the subsequent war is inevitable, and the civilized world will pay three times as much as today. Let's put an end to Russian fascism now!” the ambassador stressed.

Kislitsa also recalled that there was no vote in the Security Council and the UN General Assembly to accept the Russian Federation instead of the Soviet Union after its collapse in 1991.

“The event that happened in this hall in December 1991 provoked a sequence of tragic events. Imagine, on the last day before Christmas, the chairman of the Security Council, the Soviet ambassador Vorontsov, closes the meeting of the Council. The next meeting of the Council is opened by the same person – and, oh, miracle! – as a representative of another country – Russian Federation. A country that at that time was not in the UN Charter and in general in the list of UN member countries, “Kislitsa said.

“There was no official decision of any body, and not because of the Christmas holidays. President Yeltsin only notified the UN of his decision, and someone made that decision enforceable without public discussion and without a vote. And Ambassador Vorontsov managed to convince the Secretary General to accept his credentials under the tree as a representative of Russia,” said the Permanent Representative of Ukraine.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich