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UN does not support idea to appoint Secretary-General Representative on Ukraine's issues

The Special Representative could inform the international community on the situation in Ukraine
12:47, 14 August 2019

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The UN did not approve Poland’s offer to appoint a Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Ukraine’s issues, as Poland’s Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said, Ukrinform reported.

According to him, this would be another tool to seek ways to stop the war in Donbas. Therefore, the Special Representative could inform the international community on the situation in Ukraine.

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“There are such special representatives in other regions. Why don’t we have such a person in Ukraine? This idea was not approved,” Czaputowicz explained.

Besides, he added that Poland supported Zelensky’s position on the extension of Normandy format and involving the U.S. and the UK to the talks.

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Earlier it was reported that Poland expected Ukraine to enhance relationships with EU and NATO after the new Government is elected. Besides, Poland confirms its support of independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of Ukraine facing Russian aggression.

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