Ukraine has made a new UN draft resolution on Crimea
Kiev has made the UN an updated draft resolution on human rights violations in the Crimea. Earlier, foreign Minister of Ukraine noted that this document “should be the basis for further de-occupation of the Peninsula.”
Ukraine formally submitted to the Secretariat of the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly an updated draft resolution on human rights in Crimea. On this edition of “UKRINFORM” said the speaker of the permanent mission of Ukraine to the international organizations Oleg Nikolenko.
“Today in new York the delegation of Ukraine submitted to the Secretariat of the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly the draft updated resolution (called) “the Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and city of Sevastopol, Ukraine”, — he said, noting also that this document has already received the support of 34 countries, who were its sponsors.
The vote in the third Committee of the UN Assembly on the resolution, according to the diplomat, “is scheduled for mid-November”. Then, in December, said Nikolenko, the document will be put “on universal suffrage” in the General Assembly.
“The purpose of the resolution is to consolidate support Ukraine in the issue of de-occupation of the Ukrainian Peninsula,” — said the diplomat.
In particular, in the project, he said, “calls for Russia to fulfill the provisional measures order of the International court of justice regarding the” reconstruction activities of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people, as well as “emphasizes the need for training (citizens of the Crimea) on Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar languages.”
In addition, the document includes the requirement of “need of international organizations to the occupied Crimea”, Nikolenko added.