Zelenskiy addresses UN, lays out Ukraine conditions for peace
Guardian, 22 Sep 2022
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has called on the international community to adopt a five-point formula to achieve peace and security in the Ukraine-Russia war.
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In a pre-recorded video address to the United Nations general assembly, the Ukrainian president said the five points included punishment for crimes of aggression, protection of life, restoration of security and territorial integrity, security guarantees and the determination of Ukraine to continue defending itself.
'Ukraine wants peace, Europe wants peace, the world wants peace, and we have seen who is the only one who wants war,' Zelenskiy said. 'There is only one entity among all UN member states who would say now if he could interrupt my speech that he is happy with this war, with his war.'
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