- Ukraine’s top diplomat issued a dire warning to the United Nations on Wednesday.
- Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that an all-out war with Russia would be “the end of the world order”.
- He urged the United Nations and the international community to impose “quick, concrete and decisive action.”
Ukraine’s foreign minister told the United Nations on Wednesday that an all-out war with Russia would lead to “the end of the world order”.
“The beginning of a large-scale war in Ukraine will be the end of the world order as we know it,” Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told the United Nations General Assembly in New York. It was later shared on the Ukrainian government website.
He added: “If Russia does not get a firm, quick and decisive response now, this will mean the complete bankruptcy of the international security system and the international institutions charged with maintaining the global security system.”
Kuleba urged both the United Nations and the international community as a whole to impose “quick, concrete and decisive measures” in response to the latest Russian aggression.
Russia on Monday Recognized two regions Eastern Ukraine is ruled by Kremlin-backed separatists as independent states, shortly before President Vladimir Putin I ordered the troops across its borders into Ukraine.
this step caused extensive penalties From the US, UK, EU and other countries, it targets Russian banks, elites, lawmakers, and the country’s finances.
Kuleba said the world is going through a “critical juncture” in its history, describing the current situation as “the largest security crisis in Europe” since World War II.
He said the United Nations needed to take “concrete measures to stop the Russian war machine” before a “bloody” conflict broke out.
He said, “I don’t want this.” “Ukraine does not want this. The world does not want that.”
President Joe Biden has said this before US troops will not be sent to Ukraine – and it is not a NATO ally – but the US and its allies “will defend every inch of NATO territory”.
Earlier on Wednesday, Kuleba wrote on Twitter that Countries should impose more sanctions On Russia and Putin.
“Hit more. Hit more. Hit now,” he Wrote.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky He issued a similar appeal on Wednesday, calling on the international community to provide a “harsh” response to Russia’s actions.
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