US President Putin should be held accountable… Ministers from various countries press against Russia in the Security Council

West demands compensation for Russian war crimes… Russia says the West is covering up Ukraine’s crimes

The international community condemned Russia’s alleged war crimes at the UN Security Council on the 22nd (local time) and demanded an end to the invasion.

On the occasion of the 77th High Level Week of the United Nations General Assembly, ministers of major countries attended the Security Council meeting directly and raised their voices about the situation in Ukraine.

“The international order is being torn apart before our eyes,” said the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blincoln, at a meeting of the Security Council at the United Nations headquarters in New York on the same day.

“We must hold the perpetrators accountable,” Blincoln said, saying he had seen evidence of war crimes in Ukraine, including the murders of hundreds of civilians and burials.

“Every country must tell Putin to stop this atrocity,” he said.

In response to President Putin’s recent mobilization of reserve forces and threats of the possible use of nuclear weapons, he said, “All member states must send a clear message that they must[Rwsia]stop this reckless nuclear threat immediately.”

“Only one has chosen this war,” Blincoln said, pointing to the importance of easing tensions and a diplomatic solution.

It can stop the war.”

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colona, ​​who sits on the Security Council, emphasized the need for accountability, saying, “Without justice there is no peace.”

The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, also referred to cases of brutal war crimes such as summary executions, sexual violence and torture, saying, “All these accusations must be thoroughly investigated and accountability established.

“The perpetrators must be held accountable in a fair and independent judicial process,” he said.

At the meeting, Prosecutor Karim Khan of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which was established to punish war crimes, was also present at the meeting and said that he believed that war crimes had been committed in Ukraine.

Prosecutor Khan said, “We must hear the echo of Nuremberg again,” referring to the Nuremberg Trials, which condemned Nazi Germany’s war criminals after World War II.

However, at the Security Council meeting on the same day, Russia showed a hostile attitude, arguing that Ukraine was the one who committed the war crimes.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that war crimes in Donbas should be brought to trial “regardless of nationality” and that “the United States and its allies cover the crimes of the Kiiu regime”.

The recent referendum on Russian incorporation in occupied areas such as Donbas is a response to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s order that “all Russians should leave Ukraine,” Lavrov said.

In addition, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for dialogue and negotiations, saying, “Resuming direct dialogue without preconditions is the top priority.” “Resuming a direct dialogue without preconditions is the main priority.”

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