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The UN Security Council did not authorize the speech of the DPR ombudsman

The UN Security Council did not allow DPR ombudsman Darya Morozova to report via video link, which Russia had previously requested to correct the unilateral presentation of information during the meeting on the situation in Ukraine requested by Westerners. This was reported in RT.

Eight countries opposed Daria Morozova’s speech – the United States, which initiated the vote, as well as Albania, Great Britain, Malta, the United States, France, Switzerland, Ecuador and Japan. Four states supported the idea – Russia, Brazil, Ghana and China. Three chose to abstain – Gabon, Mozambique, UAE.

According to Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, “the Council’s work has once again become hostage to the unscrupulous behavior of the Western delegation”, which pursues its own opportunistic goals.

Earlier, the first deputy representative of the Russian Federation to the organization, Dmitry Polyansky, wrote on his Telegram channel that after the proposal of the Russian Federation to give Daria Morozova the opportunity to report during a meeting on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine, “Our adversaries have unleashed real hysteria.” According to him, they will do everything possible to prevent Morozova from participating. To do this, they had to use the vote in the UN Security Council and obtain at least seven votes to block the Russian Federation’s request.

The post UN Security Council did not authorize speech by DPR ombudsman first appeared on Current Articles.

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