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Friday, December 15, 2017

Ukraine has prepared a nasty surprise against Russia in the UN for aggression

Permanent representative of Ukraine to the United Nations Volodymyr Yelchenko said that the official Kyiv prepared for Russia, a number of claims in response to “aggressive actions” of Moscow, which is going to present our country at the 72nd UN General Assembly in new York, starting September 12, reports “UKRINFORM”.

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The Ukrainian diplomat refused to lay all the cards on the Square before the appointed time. However, as promised Yelchenko, the Russian side should be ready to unpleasant consequences, and is confident that her path will trap a lot of serious surprises.

“There are a number of initiatives which I do not want to name so as not to reveal all the cards in advance for our former strategic partner. But they must be sure that in their way will be a lot of surprises. I can only say that it is a lot of questions”, warned Russia’s permanent representative of Ukraine to the UN.

Yelchenko was recalled that the General Assembly has six main committees, which deal with strategic problems in the areas of economy, human rights, international law, information. “And in each of them you can find a lot of things the Russian or broke, or just fails to execute. Of course, this all would relate to aggression of Russia against Ukraine”, — said the permanent representative of the Square, explaining that the claims of Ukraine to Russia will concern the armed conflict in the Donbass and the “annexation” of Crimea.


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