Friday, September 30, 2022
27.1 C
Delhi
Friday, September 30, 2022
- Advertisement -corhaz 3

India Votes No On UN Security Council Resolution Condemning Russia’s Invasion On Ukraine

India voted no on a UN Security Council resolution presented by the United States that condemned Russia’s aggression against Ukraine in the strongest terms. New Delhi stated that conversation is the only way to resolve differences and disputes, and expressed “regret” that diplomacy was abandoned.

The resolution failed to pass when Russia, a permanent member, exercised its veto. The resolution garnered 11 votes in favour and three abstentions from the UN Security Council’s 15 members, including India, China, and the United Arab Emirates.

India delivered strong remarks against Russia’s activities but stopped short of voting against it as it strives to strike a tough diplomatic balance on the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Prior to the vote, the US increased its pressure on India to commit to a more robust response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Speaking to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken emphasised the significance of a “strong collective reaction” to denounce Russia’s “premeditated, unprovoked, and unjustified attack on Ukraine.”

Hours later, India maintained its position at the UN Security Council vote, issuing a harsh Explanation of Vote that advocated for a return to negotiation.

“The recent course of events in Ukraine has greatly upset India,” India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador TS Tirumurti, said in explaining India’s abstention.

“All member states should uphold international law and the UN Charter as these provide a constructive path forward,” India said, adding that it had maintained a “consistent, firm, and balanced position.”

In a phone discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged for respect for states’ sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as an immediate cease of violence and hostilities.

According to sources, India has kept the option of reaching out to relevant parties in an effort to bridge the divide and find a middle position, with the goal of fostering conversation and diplomacy, by abstaining.

An previous proposal of the resolution advocated shifting it to Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which establishes the framework for the Security Council to conduct enforcement action. According to sources, this was removed from the final version that was placed to a vote.

More articles

- Advertisement -corhaz 300

Latest article

Trending

tokyohot jav HUNTB-369 『一挿しできれば童貞じゃないから!挿れるだけ!』『絶対動いちゃダメだよ!』という、姉との約束を破って童貞丸出しジェットコースターピストン! 359TYVM-283 不貞の快楽を知ってしまった清楚妻が下品な本性を曝け出し垂れ巨乳を震わせてイキ狂う! FC2-PPV-3100850 顔出し・初撮影!!個数限定【無修正】「中はダメって言ったのに・・・」料理教室で家庭の生計を支える心優しい女子大生の従順な身体に2回中出し!!今日が危険日だということを知った時にはもう・・・ SKHB-003 即ハメなんぱ! 3 放課後・制服女子・パンツ売り・素人・清楚・ノリで生ハメ・中出し KBI-086 究極快楽主義 松岡すずの’好き’をテーマに新たな一面に迫る密着ドキュメント