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Updated resolution of UN General Assembly to contain provisions on Crimean platform

Source : 112 Ukraine

The resolution will be put to a vote in December
10:52, 29 October 2021

Middle East Monitor

Updated resolution of UN General Assembly “Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine” will include provisions on Crimean platform. The Deputy Head of the Office of the President Andriy Sybiha announced this, as Ukrinform reports.

It is noted that on October 28, the Ukrainian delegation submitted for consideration by the UN General Assembly draft resolutions on human rights in Crimea and the militarization of the peninsula and parts of the Black and Azov Seas.

According to Sybiha, he held talks with Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo and Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ilze Brands Kehris, during which they discussed, inter alia, resolutions on Crimea.

"This is primarily an updated, I will say more - enhanced resolution on the human rights situation in the occupied Crimea," he said. "This enhanced resolution contains provisions on the Crimean platform," Sybiha said.

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He noted that if the resolution is adopted, which will be put to a vote in December, for the first time an official UN document will contain a reference to the Crimean platform. In addition, the resolution will provide additional provisions for the Crimean Tatars as an indigenous people of Ukraine.

Also, as noted by the Deputy Head of the OP, the UN Secretary General’s possible visit to Ukraine was discussed.

On December 16, 2020, the UN General Assembly adopted an updated resolution “Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine.” The document was supported by 64 UN members, opposed by 23 countries led by the Russian Federation, and 86 ьуьиукі abstained.

Earlier, in the end of September during the speech at the UN General Assembly Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky called on world leaders to join the Crimean platform.

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