Before the meeting of the UN security Council eight countries have supported Ukraine

Перед заседанием Совбеза ООН восемь стран поддержали Украину

The UN security Council gathered for the fourth anniversary of the signing of the Minsk agreements

Western countries expressed support for the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.

Eight European countries have expressed support for Ukraine and condemned Russian aggression in the Donbas before the meeting of the UN Security Council on Tuesday, February 12.

“Today I would like to make a statement on behalf of the members of the UN security Council from the EU – France, Germany, Poland, Belgium and the United Kingdom, and also on behalf of Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden – former members of the security Council from the EU, which demonstrates the continuity of the EU’s position on Ukraine. We, as members of the EU fully supported the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders,” – said one of the regular representatives.

He noted that after five years of conflict, the security situation in the East of Ukraine has a growing impact on the civilian population of Ukraine, in particular, the most vulnerable groups living beyond the control of government of the territory of the state.

“We remain deeply concerned about the presence of military equipment of Russia and its personnel in the territory outside the control of the government of Ukraine”, – he stressed.

Countries expressed support for the role of “Norman format” and the OSCE.

“We urge the government of Ukraine to continue reforms and we will continue to support him in his aspirations, at the bilateral level, the EU and other international organizations”, – said the diplomat.

Remember, today is the meeting of the UN Council, which was initiated by Russia in the fourth anniversary of the signing of the Minsk agreements.

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