Statement by the Delegation of Ukraine at the UNSC Briefing on the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflicts
We fully share the main idea of today’s resolution — to prevent the destruction, trafficking, looting and smuggling of cultural property during armed conflicts.
Statement by the Delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council Briefing on the Situation in South Sudan
As one of the troop and police contributors to the UN Mission in South Sudan, Ukraine will further actively back UN peacekeeping and peacebuilding efforts in this fragile country.
Statement by First Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Mr. Vadym Prystaiko, at the United Nations Security Council briefing on Somalia
Ukraine stands in solidarity with Somalia as it counters this and other challenges, as well as embraces new historic opportunities.
Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNSC briefing on the Non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction
A possible use of weapons of mass destruction is a clear and present danger to the mankind.
Statement by Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya at the UNSC Open Debate on Forced labour, Slavery and Other Similar Practices”
Ukraine supports international efforts to combat all forms of human rights abuses and violations in conflict and post-conflict situations.
Ukraine remains convinced of the urgent need to put an end to the violence in Yemen and reach a sustainable political solution to the conflict.
Ukraine remains committed to supporting the Afghan-owned and Afghan-led national reconciliation process aimed at bringing lasting peace to Afghanistan.
Statement (EOV) by the delegation of Ukraine on the adoption of the resolution “United Nations actions on sexual exploitation and abuse”
Ukraine is convinced of the extreme importance of addressing the issue of sexual exploitation and abuse in a just, effective and timely manner.
Ukraine welcomes the role of the European Union in diffusing tensions and commends the resumption of high-level meetings between Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels.
Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council Briefing by the Chairperson-in-Office of the OSCE
As recognized at the OSCE, the ongoing aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine and its severe consequences remain among the top threats to European security.