In their desire to strangle Russia, Western powers are ready for anything, including a Nazi revival“: This was stated by the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations in Geneva In a statement quoted by TASS. Yesterday, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted by a large majority to open an investigation into alleged serious violations committed by Russian forces in Ukraine, helping to bolster diplomatic pressure on Moscow.
In particular, the Council, by 33 votes in favour, approved the draft resolution submitted by Ukraine for the initiative An investigation of alleged violations committed by the Russian army in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kharkiv and Sumy regions between the end of February and March.
According to the mission, “the anti-Russian hysteria, unleashed by the Westerners, has nothing to do with a real concern for the fate of Ukraine itself and its people.”
“In their insane desire to stifle Russia, they are ready for anything, to the point of reviving Nazism in its ugliest manifestations,” the diplomatic mission said in a statement. Russian diplomats also considered the resolution “another use of the Human Rights Council for the benefit of a small group of countries.”
Immediately “Global security is threatened. Russia, a nuclear state and a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, attacks the sovereign state of Ukraine, issuing shameful and unacceptable signals to the use of nuclear weapons.”. The President of the European Council said that Charles Michel during his visit to Hiroshima. “This not only shakes Europe’s security, it seriously raises risks for the whole world,” he added in a video of his speech on Twitter.
Moscow is withdrawing its soldiers from the vicinity of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, as it is losing ground. The New York Times, citing Ukrainian and Western officials, wrote that this is the second biggest Russian setback since the withdrawal from Kyiv last month. According to officials, the Kremlin may have to redirect its forces to the southeast, strengthening its presence in Izyum, a city two hours from Kyiv, captured a month ago, at the gates of Donbass.
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