Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will handle an pressing UN Security Council assembly Wednesday on Russian assaults which have brought on blackouts in neighboring Moldova, diplomats stated.
Volodymyr Zelensky will handle the emergency debate — requested by Kyiv and as a consequence of begin at 4:00 pm (2100 GMT) in New York — by way of video-link, two diplomats instructed AFP.
The Ukrainian chief stated in a tweet that he had instructed his nation’s ambassador to the world physique, Sergiy Kyslytsya, to ask for the assembly.
“Murder of civilians, ruining of civilian infrastructure are acts of terror. Ukraine keeps demanding a resolute response of international community to these crimes,” Zelensky stated.
In a letter to the Council’s president requesting the assembly, seen by AFP, Kyslytsya wrote that Russia “has committed another act of terror against the civilian population of Ukraine” with Wednesday’s strikes.
The air assault battered Ukraine’s already failing electrical energy grid, leaving a number of useless and disconnecting three nuclear energy stations from the grid.
The Ukrainian navy stated Russian forces had fired round 70 cruise missiles at targets throughout the nation Wednesday and likewise deployed assault drones.
Neighboring Moldova even stated it was struggling widespread blackouts attributable to the contemporary barrage and its EU-friendly president, Maia Sandu, accused Russia of leaving her nation “in the dark”.
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