Volodymyr Zelenskyy to Address UNSC: President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday. Earlier, he had spoken of an open investigation against Russia for the murders in the city of Bucha.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to address UNSC
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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky (Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy) has said that on Tuesday the United Nations Security Council (United Nations Security Council) will address. He had earlier called for an open investigation against Russia over the killing of Ukrainian civilians. Zelensky said on Monday that at least 300 civilians had been killed in the city of Bucha and feared the death toll in Borodayanka and other towns would be even higher. Ukraine (Ukraine) soldiers found hundreds of civilian bodies lying in the open and hastily excavated graves after the retreat of Russian troops at Bucha.
After which Zelensky said in his video address during the night, ‘I would like to emphasize that we are interested in the most complete, transparent investigation, the results of which will be communicated and explained to the entire international community.’ He also said that the Russian attack on Ukraine is tantamount to genocide. He made this comment during an interview. Zelensky said in an interview with CBS that Ukraine has more than 100 nationalities and that “it is associated with the destruction and destruction of all these nationalities.”
We are being ruined – Zelensky
“We are citizens of Ukraine and we do not want to be subject to the policy of the Russian Federation,” Zelensky said. “This is why we are being ruined and devastated and this is what is happening in 21st century Europe,” he said. Therefore, it is an atrocity on the entire country. Zelensky also said that Russia needed to move quickly to negotiate an agreement to end the war. During a visit to the city of Bucha near Kyiv, Zelensky said evidence of atrocities made it difficult to negotiate with Russia.
Angela Merkel also scolded
“It’s very difficult to communicate when you see what they’ve done here,” Zelensky said. Bodies of civilians have been found at many places including the basement at Boocha and other places. Traces of torture of civilians have also been found. He said the Russian leadership “needs to think fast if they have anything worth considering.” The longer Russia continues to escalate this war, the worse the situation will be. Zelensky also criticized former German Chancellor Angela Merkel for opposing Ukraine’s attempt to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), saying she and Western leaders who protested “should look back”. What has Russia done?
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