Polyansky: Russia is not yet planning talks on Ukraine during UN Security Council presidency
UN, 29 March – RIA Novosti. The Russian Federation’s First Deputy Representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, said in an interview with the RIA that Russia has not yet planned meetings on Ukrainian issues during the UN Security Council presidency in April, but it is likely to be necessary. novosti
Russia will assume the presidency of the Security Council in April. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is also expected to attend some of the talks.
Polyansky spoke about the timing of making peace in Ukraine
“For now, we do not have any formal talks on Ukraine in our program, but I do not exclude that it may be necessary,” Polyansky said.
Earlier, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that key meetings of the Russian presidency in the Security Council will be devoted to the problem of multipolarity, the solution in the Middle East and uncontrolled arms exports.
The Security Council is a permanent body of the United Nations entrusted with the primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security. Now 15 countries always sit on the Security Council: five permanent members and 10 non-permanent members. Persistent – Russia, USA, UK, China and France. They have veto power. Twelve are elected for another two years. Brazil, UAE, Albania, Ghana and Gabon were selected for 2022 and 2023. Japan, Ecuador, Switzerland, Mozambique and Malta for 2023 and 2024.
Each month, the Presidency of the Security Council is transferred from one country to another.
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