Security Council President: Russia requested the UN Security Council to meet on Ukraine on February 8, 22:18

Malta’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Vanessa Frazier, said at a press conference her country dedicated to the chair of the world organization’s Security Council (RS) this month, Russia requested a meeting of the UN Security Council on Ukraine on 8 February. giving his words TASS.

“Russia requested a meeting on 8 February. I don’t know the details on the matter,” said Frazier.

He also said that the UN Security Council meeting on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine, demanded by France and Ecuador, will be held on 6 February.

According to his words, at least three meetings of the Security Council are scheduled for February – on the humanitarian situation on February 6, on February 8 – at the request of Russia, and on February 24 at the ministerial level, on Ukraine. It should be held.

Permanent Representative to Malta clarifiedIt has not been confirmed whether Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky attended the UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine on February 24.

Previously, the Russian delegation at the UN warned about the risk of armed conflict between nuclear powers.

Source: Gazeta


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