Speeches

Statement by H. E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, at the UN Security Council Open Debate

Statement by H. E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, at the UN Security Council Open Debate

Whatever and whoever says or writes in grand words to suit political considerations, the temporary occupation and attempted annexation of Crimea remains the most flagrant violation of the UN Charter of our time and it will remain so in the books of history.

Statement by Ms. Oksana Koliada, Minister of Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine, at the UN General Assembly meeting

Statement by Ms. Oksana Koliada, Minister of Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine, at the UN General Assembly meeting

For 2075 days, Ukraine has been suffering from the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. 13K+ people died, including 3345 civilians, 172 children and 298 foreign citizens, passengers of MH17, shot down from the Russian Buk anti-aircraft artillery missile.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA plenary meeting on the oceans and the law of the sea

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA plenary meeting on the oceans and the law of the sea

We acknowledge the need for enhancing ocean governance as a cornerstone for preserving and protecting the marine environment and biodiversity.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine on report of the International Atomic Energy Agency

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine on report of the International Atomic Energy Agency

This year marked the turning-point in the history of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Explanation of vote by the delegation of Ukraine before the vote at the UNGA Committee meeting

Explanation of vote by the delegation of Ukraine before the vote at the UNGA Committee meeting

Ukraine reaffirms its strongest condemnation of all forms of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices fueling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the meeting of the UNGA Fourth Committee on the peacekeeping operations

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the meeting of the UNGA Fourth Committee on the peacekeeping operations

Ukraine continues its active participation in the UN operations, despite the need – and, in fact, the imperative – to repel the external armed aggression against it in the first place.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA Third Committee meeting on the report of Human Rights Council

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA Third Committee meeting on the report of Human Rights Council

Ukraine was among the countries that enthusiastically supported the establishment of the HRC.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA plenary meeting on the report of the International Court of Justice

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA plenary meeting on the report of the International Court of Justice

More and more states turn to the Court to seek the protection of their rights and the rights of their people.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the meeting of the UNGA Sixth Committee on the 70th Anniversary of the Geneva Conventions

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the meeting of the UNGA Sixth Committee on the 70th Anniversary of the Geneva Conventions

We deeply regret the practice by the Russian Federation of “cherry-picking” of its obligations under international law.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA First Committee Thematic Debate on Regional Disarmament and Security

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UNGA First Committee Thematic Debate on Regional Disarmament and Security

Ukraine is an advocate of maintaining peace and security with the lowest possible level of armaments.

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