UNGA resolution on Ukraine will boomerang over authors, Russian envoy to UN says

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UNGA resolution on Ukraine will boomerang over authors, Russian envoy to UN says

UNGA resolution on Ukraine will boomerang over authors, Russian envoy to UN says

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – The adoption of the draft resolution on Ukraine to establish an international repatriation mechanism from Russia to Ukraine will… 11.14.2022, Sputnik International

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“Passing this resolution will come back to them like a boomerang,” Nebenzia said in reference to the countries that initiated the resolution. Earlier on Monday, the UN General Assembly resumed its emergency special session on Ukraine to take action on a draft resolution requested by Canada, Ukraine, Guatemala and the Netherlands. The motion for a resolution calls for the establishment of an international mechanism for redress as a result of Russia’s actions in Ukraine during its special military operation and also recommends the creation of an international registry to document information about damages, losses or injuries Ukrainians Nebenzia said the so-called collective West is doing everything it can to provide a sense of legitimacy to begin spending the Russian assets it has frozen since the start of Moscow’s special military operation in Ukraine. The ambassador pointed out the West has long sought to “free” but not return Russian assets it has frozen Nebenzia said they would spend them on their rightful owner, supposedly spending them to help Ukraine . In addition, the West wants to use the frozen assets to finance its own ever-growing arms shipments to the Kiev regime and to cover debts for arms already supplied. .

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unga resolution on Ukraine, Nebenzia on resolution on reparations, reparations in Ukraine, Russia’s gold and foreign exchange reserves

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – Passing the draft resolution on Ukraine to establish an international repatriation mechanism from Russia to Ukraine will be a boomerang for its drafters, Russia’s ambassador to the organization, Vasily Nebenzia, said at a session of the UN General Assembly on Monday.

“Passing this resolution will come back to them like a boomerang,” Nebenzia said, referring to the countries that initiated the resolution.

Earlier on Monday, the UN General Assembly resumed its emergency special session on Ukraine to take action on a draft resolution requested by Canada, Ukraine, Guatemala and the Netherlands.

The motion for a resolution calls for the establishment of an international mechanism for reparations as a result of Russia’s actions in Ukraine during its special military operation and also recommends the establishment of an international register to document information on damages, losses or injuries suffered by Ukrainians have incurred.

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Nebenzia said the so-called collective West is doing everything it can to provide a sense of legitimacy to begin spending the Russian assets it has frozen since the start of Moscow’s special military operation in Ukraine.

The ambassador pointed out that the West has for some time been trying to “release” the Russian assets it has frozen, but not to return them to their rightful owner, but to allegedly spend them to help Ukraine.

In addition, the West wants to use the frozen assets to finance its own ever-growing arms shipments to the Kiev regime and to cover the debt for weapons already delivered, Nebenzia said.

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