The UN Urges Russia To Stop Attacks On Ukrainian Cities

The UN Urges Russia To Stop Attacks On Ukrainian Cities

The UN urges Russia to stop attacks on Ukrainian cities. Especially those targeting energy infrastructure. The UN assesses that Russian attacks have now become a daily pattern that is destructive and causes casualties. Speaking before the UN Security Council, UN Assistant Secretary General for Europe, Central Asia and the Americas Miroslav Jenca warned that attacks on civilians, infrastructure, and the Zaporitzia nuclear power plant in Ukraine were of great concern and must be stopped.

In line with Jenca, director of operations and advocacy for UN humanitarian affairs coordination Idem Wozorno condemned any Russian attacks on Ukraine. Because it has killed thousands of civilians. For this reason he called for greater humanitarian access in Ukraine. Last Thursday the UN chamber council held a meeting to discuss the peace process between Russia and Ukraine.

This meeting was held a few hours after a Russian attack hit a grocery store and pharmacy in a Ukrainian village near the border with Russia. This attack killed three people. “Director general gross in his call for the immediateation of such inexcusable attacks to avoid A Major nuclear accident no one can benefit neither militarily Nor politically from attacking nuclear facilities instead the consequences of a nuclear accident whether intentional or not could be catastrophic to us all we remain Deeply concerned by the lack of humanitarian access to the Parts Of Doniesk hon Luhansk and Zaporia regions occupied by the Russian Federation at least 1.5 Million people need humanitarian assistance in these areas their needs are undoubtedly similar to those in all other Parts Of Ukraine Close To The Frontline.” Miroslav Jenca explained in his speech at the UN.