UN Security Council session: France, Norway urge Russia to live up to Minsk agreement
Representatives of France and Norway in the UN claimed their support of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, and asked Russia to respect Minsk agreements. They said so during the video conference from the UN Security Council session. The gathering was convened so as to discuss the situation in Donbas.
France claimed it “would not tolerate” the fact that Russia fails to live up to Minsk agreements, which are supposed to maintain peace process in the war-torn eastern Ukraine.
The Norwegian representative claimed support of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, including Crimea. Norway condemned the Russian aggression and urged the Russian Federation to withdraw its troops from the territory of Ukraine.
Both countries praised the work of the Normandy format and the Minsk talks group.
The online session of UN Security Council is taking place on Thursday, February 11.
Head of the Ukrainian delegation in the Minsk group Leonid Kravchuk participates in the event.
Chairman of the OSCE Heidi Grau and Head of the OSCE SMM in Ukraine Halit Cevik are supposed to present their reports on the agenda’s key topics.