Statement by His Excellency Volodymyr Yelchenko Chair, Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 2127 (2013) concerning the Central African Republic
There have been a number of positive developments in the CAR, including progress in disarmament and demobilization and security sector reform, the improvement in the security situation in Bangui, and the successful Brussels conference in November.
Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, H.E. Mr. Pavlo Klimkin, at the UNSC Open Debate on the Protection of Critical Infrastructure against Terrorist Attacks
The UN Security Council adopted resolution 2341 strengthening protection of critical infrastructure against terrorist attacks tabled by Ukraine.
Statement by Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, at the UN Security Council briefing on the situation in Ukraine
Ukraine continues to be fully committed to implementing the Minsk agreements in their entirety.
My delegation extends congratulations to Mr. Adama Barrow, who was inaugurated today as a new President of the Islamic Republic of the Gambia.
We highly commend the concerted efforts of the UN Secretariat, the European Commission, IAEA as well as the Facilitator’s team to ensure full and proper implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan and resolution 2231.
Ukraine consistently supports the Middle East peace process and the principle of a two states solution with Israel and Palestine coexisting in peace and security.
Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at a UNSC Briefing on the Humanitarian Situation in the Lake Chad Basin
The humanitarian situation in the Lake Chad Basin is truly one of the most neglected in the world.
Remarks by Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at a UNSC Briefing on the Situation in Colombia
We hope that Colombian experience of engaging the UN as the international component of the tripartite mechanism should become an illustrative success story for the region and our Organization.
Statement by Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at a UNSC Open Debate on Conflict Prevention and Sustaining Peace
Conflict prevention is the most effective way to avert human suffering as well as the least expensive tool in conflict resolution. Unfortunately, too often Member States tend to keep their heads in the sand until it is too late.
The Ukrainian delegation voted in favor of the resolution for one reason – because of the document’s focus on the establishment of a ceasefire regime.