UNGA overwhelmingly condemns Russia for its move to annex four regions of Ukraine


The United Nations General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to condemn Russia’s attempts to annex four regions of Ukraine.

The resolution was supported by 143 countries, while 35 states – including China and India-abstained.

Beside, Russia, four the countries rejected the vote, including Belarus, North Korea, Syria and Nicaragua.

Although symbolic, it was the highest number of votes against Russia since the invasion.

Last week, in a grand ceremony in the Kremlin, President Vladimir Putin signed documents to make the eastern Ukrainian regions of Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson part of Russia after a  referendums, that was denounced by the West.

Source: Radio Pakistan