By the end of the year, Ukraine will have submitted the updated resolutions on Crimea for the UN General Assembly's consideration. Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine said so during the briefing on Tuesday.
"(...) Ukraine will submit the updated resolutions on the situation with human rights in the occupied Crimea and militarization of the peninsula", Zelensky said.
At that, the Ukrainian leader claimed that his country expects Israel's support in this regard.
Last December, the UN General Assembly approved the resolution on human rights in the occupied Crimea. Then, the document was supported by 64 UN member countries. 23 countries, including Russia voted against it, while another 86 refrained.