Statement by Ambassador Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, at the UNSC briefing on Ukraine Statement by Ambassador Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, at the UNSC briefing on Ukraine A country that for centuries suppressed the Ukrainian language and forcefully replaced it with the Russian in all spheres of public life is not in a position to tell us now what language we should speak and write.
Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA High-level Plenary Meeting to Mark the 25th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA High-level Plenary Meeting to Mark the 25th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development Ukraine, together with UNFPA, is actively implementing projects for promoting gender equality, information, and services to gender-based violence survivors, combating gender stereotypes in society as well as creating conditions in which every young person can fulfill the potential.
Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council open debate “Protection of civilians in armed conflict” Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council open debate “Protection of civilians in armed conflict” Kremlin’s decision to issue Russian passports to Ukrainian citizens in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine could further curtail the human rights of the local civilian population. This dangerous development has to be duly assessed in the next UNSG’s report.
Statement by Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the open debate of the Security Council on UN peacekeeping operations Statement by Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the open debate of the Security Council on UN peacekeeping operations Ukrainian blue helmets have been participating in UN operations throughout the world. In many cases, they indeed were instrumental in reaching peace — from the Balkans to Liberia.
Statement by Ambassador Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, at the UNSC briefing on Ukraine

Statement by Ambassador Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, at the UNSC briefing on Ukraine

A country that for centuries suppressed the Ukrainian language and forcefully replaced it with the Russian in all spheres of public life is not in a position to tell us now what language we should speak and write.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA High-level Plenary Meeting to Mark the 25th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA High-level Plenary Meeting to Mark the 25th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development

Ukraine, together with UNFPA, is actively implementing projects for promoting gender equality, information, and services to gender-based violence survivors, combating gender stereotypes in society as well as creating conditions in which every young person can fulfill the potential.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the 29th meeting of States Parties to the UNCLOS

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the 29th meeting of States Parties to the UNCLOS

The Russian Federation has to be stopped from violating the Convention, it has to respect Ukraine’s sovereign rights in its own waters, to cease all unlawful activities, including the theft of Ukraine’s natural resources, in particular hydrocarbon resources, and to pay respective compensation, among other relief.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council open debate “Protection of civilians in armed conflict”

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council open debate “Protection of civilians in armed conflict”

Kremlin’s decision to issue Russian passports to Ukrainian citizens in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine could further curtail the human rights of the local civilian population. This dangerous development has to be duly assessed in the next UNSG’s report.