It is worthy to pay attention to the attitude of Belarus during the voting for the UN General Assembly resolution on Crimea and of offer another country as the platform for the international negotiations. Refat Chubarov, the Chairman of Crimean Tatars Mejlis spoke on this at the Ukrainian Parliament.
‘I want to draw the public attention to the attitude of Belarus during the voting, noting the fruitful and effective work of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine, particularly, the Foreign Minister and his deputies. Belarus that set itself as the country that provides the platform for the dialogue and meeting for the stop of the Russian aggression. I am absolutely sure that it is necessary to offer another country to provide the conditions for the negotiations to provide the territorial integrity and stop of the Russian aggression’, Chubarov said.
He urged to take into account the relations between Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tadzhikistan and Uzbekistan that united around Russian and stood against resolution.
As we reported earlier, the UN General Assembly passed the resolution about the situation with human rights observation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol on December 19. 70 countries said ‘yes’ to the bill, 26 said no, and another 76 abstained.