August 9, 2022

Valley Post

Read Latest News on Sports, Business, Entertainment, Blogs and Opinions from leading columnists.

Lavrov: This time the fate of the UN Charter was decided


Moscow-. Today, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed that it is time to decide whether the world will live by the UN Charter or support the dictates of a country with satellite states.

At a joint press conference with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in the capital, the senior official pointed out that the “moment of truth” had come to discuss the current situation’s weakness in international relations. You can not put it off anymore.

“We all agree that how a human being lives is determined by someone’s group of satellites, or that it must live in accordance with the UN Charter. Here, in fact, a very simple choice has to be made, ”the foreign minister said.

UN He pointed out that Security Council resolutions should be “sacred” to the organization’s secretariat, especially those adopted by consensus.

The head of Russian diplomacy criticized the document approved by the General Assembly on March 2, which condemned Moscow’s military action in Ukraine.

He warned that dozens of countries had refused to support the resolution and that they were “really compelled to support it”.

He condemned the US delegation for intimidating the ambassadors of those countries to the UN corridors. “I am not exaggerating. It happened, we know. “

Lavrov described the United Nations Charter as “the greatest document of all time” and hoped that the UN, based on these roots, would play an encouraging role in the development of firm dialogue, without final warnings, without threats and without efforts. Problems must be solved by force, including. “

See also  Ukraine orders public mobilization before Russian invasion and President Zhelensky says his country has been "left alone"

He emphasized that the situation around Ukraine was the result of the “unlimited expansion” of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and how the neighboring country had been used as an impetus to control Russia.

“It simply came to our notice then. Among other things, it is necessary to analyze in the context of all the circumstances that sometimes go against the UN Charter, “he said.

Guterres, for his part, insisted that he had traveled to Russia as an ambassador for peace. “My goal and my agenda is definitely to save lives and reduce suffering,” he stressed.