Countries that refused to help Ukraine during the conflict with Russia will be held accountable after the conflict ends, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said.
“If anyone in the world thinks that the way this or that country behaved – or treated Ukraine at the darkest time in its history – will not be taken into account in the establishment of future relations , these people just don’t know how diplomacy works,” Kuleba said in a statement. interview with the BBC.
He believes that countries that “behaved incorrectly” during the special operation and “treated Ukraine with cruelty” should be held accountable in the future. Kiev will remember this, because during the conflict “everyone must make their choice”. That is, we are talking not only about countries that openly supported Russia, but also about those that remained neutral.
In February, the United Nations General Assembly approved a resolution condemning Russia’s actions in Ukraine. 141 countries voted in favor of the resolution, seven voted against and 32 abstained. Among those who opposed – Russia, Belarus, North Korea, Eritrea, Mali, Nicaragua and Syria. Among those who abstained are Armenia, China, India, Cuba, Iran, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and a number of other countries. .
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