The UN responded to the daring shelling of the Odessa seaport by the Russians

The UN Secretary General does not call Russia responsible for the strike and violation of the agreements.

The UN responded to the daring shelling of the Odessa seaport / photo Oleg Kutsky.  UNIANThe UN responded to the daring shelling of the Odessa seaport / photo Oleg Kutsky. UNIAN

A few hours after the attack by the Russians on the Odessa seaport , where grain was awaiting shipment, the UN reacted to the crime of the Russians.

António Guterres “unreservedly condemns the strikes inflicted today on the Ukrainian port of Odessa,” Deputy Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Farhan Haq  said in a statement .

At the same time, the UN Secretary General does not call Russia responsible for the strike and violation of the agreements.

“Yesterday, all parties made clear commitments on the world stage to ensure the safe movement of Ukrainian grain and related products to world markets. These products are essential to overcome the global food crisis and alleviate the suffering of millions of people in need around the world. Full implementation by the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Turkey is mandatory,” the statement said.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. “At the same time, the UN Secretary General does not call Russia responsible for the strike and violation of the agreements.”

    To anyone with a functional brain, this statement is totally irrational, despicable and appeasing. I’m convinced that António Guterres has been bribed by mafia land. There are actually no more examples required to see the UN’s total uselessness. It’s a money-burning, oxygen-thieving and corrupt entity.

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  2. How can people be so obtuse and oblivious to something staring them right in the face???🙄 You may well be right on António having been bribed Sir Onlyfacts.

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