Ukrainian First Deputy Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova has called on the UN member states to support Ukraine’s Peace Formula Plan initiated by President Volodymyr Zelensky.
She made the statement at a UN Security Council meeting on Dec. 13.
Dzhaparova noted that the Peace Plan consists of 10 points that can bring back security and justice not only to Ukraine but the entire world.
It is based on the objectives and principles of the UN Charter and is intended to ensure security across all aspects: food, radiation and nuclear energy, energy, countering ecocide and preventing the recurrence of aggression in the future.
At the same time, Dzhaparova expressed regret that Russia was still taking the seat of a permanent member of the UN Security Council, which used to be occupied by the Soviet Union. She reiterated Ukraine’s position in this regard: the legal grounds of Russia’s presence in the UN Security Council are more than questionable, if not completely absent.
Additionally, Dzhaparova stressed the need to increase sanctions pressure on Russia in order to destroy its war machine. The aggressor state has already noticed the effect of sanctions: the invading army is running out of modern weapons and ammunition.
According to Dzhaparova, for the final defeat of Russia and the victory of democracy, it is necessary to increase sanctions in those sectors that are economically important to Russia, namely to introduce a full oil and gas embargo and disconnect Russian banks from the global financial system.
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