Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council Open debate “Women, peace and security: sexual violence in conflict”

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council Open debate “Women, peace and security: sexual violence in conflict”

We have to once again reiterate our regret on the omission of the reference to the Russian-Ukrainian armed conflict and its victims in the latest UN Secretary-General’s thematic report.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the open debate of the Security Council on Women in Peacekeeping

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the open debate of the Security Council on Women in Peacekeeping

We would like to see the United Nations’ peacekeeping potential be put to use for resolving the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNSC open debate “Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts: combating the financing of terrorism”

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNSC open debate “Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts: combating the financing of terrorism”

In the temporarily occupied Crimea, Russia is discrediting international efforts – including those of the Security Council – to counter terrorism by producing fake accusations of terrorist activities and by illegally sentencing innocent people.

Statement by H.E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC Arria-formula meeting on the Russian occupation of Crimea

Statement by H.E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC Arria-formula meeting on the Russian occupation of Crimea

The reaction of the international community to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine can be compared to inappropriate use of drugs to treat a sick patient: if this patient doesn't complete a full course of proper antibiotics, some microbes may survive & develop resistance to a drug.