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Russia blocks the UN resolution on annexation, and China abstains from voting – the world

The UN Security Council rejected the Security Council’s resolution against the Russian “farce” referendums and the annexation of Ukrainian territory due to a veto by Moscow, while China abstained from voting along with Brazil, India and Gabon. Ten votes in favor of the proposal submitted by the United States and Albania.

“The US military in Europe is prepared for any eventuality,” US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told a news briefing. “We don’t see any imminent threats regarding Moscow’s use of nuclear weapons at this time, but we continue to monitor the situation very seriously,” Sullivan said. “For NATO, the United States has an open door policy, but at the moment we are supporting Kyiv in defending its territory,” Sullivan said.

In the nearly hour-long speech preceding the signing ceremony with pro-Russian leaders in Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhya provinces, Putin re-proposed the list of accusations against Western countries. Starting with the expansion of NATO’s borders after the collapse of the Soviet Union despite the “dirty lies” they asserted to the contrary. The United States and its allies are waging a “hybrid war” against Russia with the aim of making it a “colony”. But after the “tragic 90s”, when “people were dying of starvation”, Moscow regained its place in the world and is now ready to defend “with all means at its disposal” the territories returned to its rule. In the fiery indictment, Putin dropped a ruling on a possible ceasefire. “We are ready to return to the negotiating table,” he said. But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s response does not allow for responses: Kyiv will not negotiate with Russia as long as Putin is its president and has already requested rapid access to NATO. In one way, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, threatened to “accelerate the start of World War III.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stuttenberg is holding back at the moment: “Any country’s entry into NATO must be decided by the Allies unanimously,” he stressed. But the reaction came from the West unanimously in support of Ukraine’s right to recover all the lands occupied by the Russians. Starting with the United States, which along with Great Britain responded by launching a major new package of sanctions against Russian figures, including Central Bank Governor Elevra Nabiullina, considered “one of Putin’s most effective allies” for her ability to stay afloat. economy despite Western sanctions. US President Joe Biden emphasized that Washington would continue to support Kyiv “with arms and diplomacy,” and called on “the entire international community” to “remain on Ukraine’s side for as long as necessary.”

The Group of Seven and the European Union joined in rejecting the Russian annexation. “The Kremlin’s nuclear threats, military mobilization, the strategy of trying to present Ukrainian territory as phony Russian, and claiming that war can now take place on its territory, will not shake our resolve,” said the leaders of the 27 assembled countries. European Council. While the Farnesina family reiterated Italy’s “full support for the sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine”. Putin did not pay attention to the reactions. “Victory will be ours,” he promised, speaking in Red Square at the folk festival organized under the walls of the Kremlin. While Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, using her distinctive tones, responded to Kyiv’s request to join NATO by saying that “the bloodthirsty butchers who kill women and children go to the NATO dump.” On the accusations leveled at Russia of contemplating the use of nuclear weapons, the president replied, recalling that “the United States is the only country in the world that has used nuclear weapons twice and created a precedent.” Putin emphasized that Moscow could instead count on the “unwavering love” of its citizens for their homeland. Emphasizing the mission in which he feels invested, he emphasized that the ongoing mission with the West is also a battle of values. “Do we want the first parent and second father to be in Russia instead of the mother and father? Are we completely crazy?” the president asked.

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