Speeches

Statement by H. E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UN Security Council Arria-formula meeting on the situation of the human rights in Belarus

Statement by H. E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UN Security Council Arria-formula meeting on the situation of the human rights in Belarus

Ukraine is ready to make every effort to help Belarus pass this difficult stage without weakening its sovereignty and independence.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council High-Level Open Debate on the Issue of Linkages between Terrorism and Organized Crime

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the UN Security Council High-Level Open Debate on the Issue of Linkages between Terrorism and Organized Crime

The OSCE SMM and UN HR Mission in Ukraine confirm the continuous inflow of ammunition, weaponry, and fighters from the RF into the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

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”

The Ukrainian government is enhancing its efforts to ensure gender equality and women empowerment, as well as support for and reintegration of women victims who suffered from sexual violence as the result of the ongoing foreign aggression against Ukraine.

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the Virtual Ministerial Videoconference “Close the Digital Divides: the Digital Response to COVID-19”

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the Virtual Ministerial Videoconference “Close the Digital Divides: the Digital Response to COVID-19”

The outbreak of Covid-19 has become a tremendous threat to all countries of the world. We need to cooperate and act in radical ways, in particular concerning digital transformations and public e-services.

Statement by Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, on the occasion of commemoration of the signing of the UN Charter

Statement by Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN, on the occasion of commemoration of the signing of the UN Charter

Article 33 of the UN Charter envisages an obligation to settle any international disputes peacefully. We remain committed to a peaceful resolution of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. But striving to achieve that does not mean that a breach of the UN principles should be accepted.

Statement by Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations H.E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Children and Armed Conflict

Statement by Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations H.E. Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Children and Armed Conflict

147 children were killed during the ongoing Russian armed aggression against Ukraine. Thousands of children need assistance with physical and mental health problems. Ukraine is among the most severely affected places in the world for casualties because of landmines.

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the Humanitarian Affairs Segment of the UN Economic and Social Council

Statement by the delegation of Ukraine at the Humanitarian Affairs Segment of the UN Economic and Social Council

Ukraine welcomes the ongoing efforts towards strengthening Humanitarian-Development Nexus, which seeks to not only meet the urgent humanitarian needs of the most vulnerable, but also to systematically reduce these needs.

Statement by Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

Statement by Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

More than 3.4 million people are expected to require humanitarian assistance in 2020 in eastern Ukraine. Over half a million live in the areas directly affected by the armed conflict, while another two million are exposed to landmines and explosive remnants of war.

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC Arria-formula discussion on cybersecurity

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC Arria-formula discussion on cybersecurity

Ukraine believes that existing international law applies in cyberspace. The principle of prohibiting one state from attacking others applies here as it does elsewhere.

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC High-level Arria Formula meeting “75 Years from the End of the Second World War on European Soil"

Statement by H.E. Mr. Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, at the UNSC High-level Arria Formula meeting “75 Years from the End of the Second World War on European Soil"

Ukraine is one of the countries that suffered the most during the greatest tragedy of the XX century - World War II.

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