The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin has criticized Russia’s position on nepodrzani resolution of the UN Security Council on Syria. About this he wrote on Twitter.
According to him, Russia good feeling among rogue States, supporting war crimes.
“The eighth Russia’s veto on Syria means that Russia feels good in the company of rogue States and supported war crimes and crimes against humanity. Unfortunate”, – wrote Klimkin.
8th Russia’s veto on Syria means Russia feels fine in the company of rogue states & backs war crimes and crimes against humanity. Deplorable
— Pavlo Klimkin (@PavloKlimkin) 12 APR 2017
As reported, Russia has blocked the adoption of a resolutioncondemning the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Syrian town of Khan shaykhun on April 4 and requiring Damascus to provide information about all air operations in the day of the incident.
Later in a network there was video as at the meeting of the UN Security Council on Syria, there was a skirmish between the Deputy permanent representative of the Russian Federation Vladimir Safronkov and the representative of great Britain Matthew Rycroft.