UN resolution against Ukraine invasion: Full text | Russia-Ukraine war News


The United Nations Normal Meeting has voted to demand that Russia cease its offensive and instantly withdraw all troops, with world powers and tiny island states alike condemning Moscow.

The vote on Wednesday noticed 141 states vote in favour of the movement, 5 towards and 35 abstentions.

Meeting resolutions should not legally binding however can mirror and affect world opinion.

The vote got here after the 193-member meeting convened its first emergency session since 1997. The one international locations to vote with Russia have been Belarus, Syria, North Korea and Eritrea. Cuba spoke in Moscow’s defence however in the end abstained.

Right here’s the total textual content:

Aggression towards Ukraine

The Normal Meeting, Reaffirming the paramount significance of the Constitution of the United Nations within the promotion of the rule of legislation amongst nations,

Recalling the duty of all States below Article 2 of the Constitution to chorus of their worldwide relations from the menace or use of power towards the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in every other method inconsistent with the needs of the United Nations, and to settle their worldwide disputes by peaceable means,

Recalling additionally the duty below Article 2 (2) of the Constitution, that every one Members, as a way to guarantee to all of them the rights and advantages ensuing from membership, shall fulfil in good religion the obligations assumed by them in accordance with the Constitution,

Paying attention to Safety Council decision 2623 (2022) of 27 February 2022, during which the Council referred to as for an emergency particular session of the Normal Meeting to look at the query contained in doc S/Agenda/8979,

Recalling Normal Meeting decision 377 A (V) of three November 1950, entitled “Uniting for peace”, and considering that the shortage of unanimity of the everlasting members of the Safety Council at its 8979th assembly has prevented it from exercising its major duty for the upkeep of worldwide peace and safety,

Recalling additionally its decision 2625 (XXV) of 24 October 1970, during which it authorised the Declaration on Ideas of Worldwide Legislation regarding Pleasant Relations and Cooperation amongst States in accordance with the Constitution of the United Nations, and reaffirming the ideas contained therein that the territory of a State shall not be the thing of acquisition by one other State ensuing from the menace or use of power, and that any try aimed on the partial or complete disruption of the nationwide unity and territorial integrity of a State or nation or at its political independence is incompatible with the needs and ideas of the Constitution,

Recalling additional its decision 3314 (XXIX) of 14 December 1974, which defines aggression as using armed power by a State towards the sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence of one other State, or in every other method inconsistent with the Constitution,

Taking into consideration the significance of sustaining and strengthening worldwide peace based upon freedom, equality, justice and respect for human rights and of growing pleasant relations amongst nations regardless of their political, financial and social techniques or the degrees of their growth,

Recalling the Ultimate Act of the Convention on Safety and Cooperation in Europe, signed in Helsinki on 1 August 1975, and the Memorandum on Safety Assurances in Reference to Ukraine’s Accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (Budapest Memorandum) of 5 December 1994,

Condemning the 24 February 2022 declaration by the Russian Federation of a “particular navy operation” in Ukraine,

Reaffirming that no territorial acquisition ensuing from the menace or use of power shall be acknowledged as authorized,

Expressing grave concern at experiences of assaults on civilian amenities corresponding to residences, faculties and hospitals, and of civilian casualties, together with girls, older individuals, individuals with disabilities, and youngsters,

Recognizing that the navy operations of the Russian Federation contained in the sovereign territory of Ukraine are on a scale that the worldwide group has not seen in Europe in many years and that pressing motion is required to avoid wasting this technology from the scourge of battle,

Endorsing the Secretary-Normal’s assertion of 24 February 2022 during which he recalled that using power by one nation towards one other is the repudiation of the ideas that each nation has dedicated to uphold and that the current navy offensive of the Russian Federation is towards the Constitution,

Condemning the choice of the Russian Federation to extend the readiness of its nuclear forces,

Expressing grave concern on the deteriorating humanitarian scenario in and round Ukraine, with an rising variety of internally displaced individuals and refugees in want of humanitarian help,

Expressing concern additionally in regards to the potential influence of the battle on elevated meals insecurity globally, as Ukraine and the area are one of many world’s most essential areas for grain and agricultural exports, when hundreds of thousands of individuals are going through famine or the rapid threat of famine or are experiencing extreme meals insecurity in a number of areas of the world, in addition to on vitality safety,

Welcoming the continued efforts by the Secretary-Normal and the Group for Safety and Cooperation in Europe and different worldwide and regional organizations to help de-escalation of the scenario with respect to Ukraine, and inspiring continued dialogue,

1. Reaffirms its dedication to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Ukraine inside its internationally acknowledged borders, extending to its territorial waters;

2. Deplores within the strongest phrases the aggression by the Russian Federation towards Ukraine in violation of Article 2 (4) of the Constitution;

3. Calls for that the Russian Federation instantly stop its use of power towards Ukraine and to chorus from any additional illegal menace or use of power towards any Member State;

4. Additionally calls for that the Russian Federation instantly, fully and unconditionally withdraw all of its navy forces from the territory of Ukraine inside its internationally acknowledged borders;

5.  Deplores the 21 February 2022 resolution by the Russian Federation associated to the standing of sure areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk areas of Ukraine as a violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine and inconsistent with the ideas of the Constitution;

6. Calls for that the Russian Federation instantly and unconditionally reverse the choice associated to the standing of sure areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk areas of Ukraine;

7. Calls upon the Russian Federation to abide by the ideas set forth within the Constitution and the Declaration on Pleasant Relations; 1

8. Calls upon the events to abide by the Minsk agreements and to work constructively in related worldwide frameworks, together with within the Normandy format and Trilateral Contact Group, in the direction of their full implementation;

9. Calls for all events to permit secure and unfettered passage to locations outdoors of Ukraine and to facilitate the speedy, secure and unhindered entry to humanitarian help for these in want in Ukraine, to guard civilians, together with humanitarian personnel and individuals in weak conditions, together with girls, older individuals, individuals with disabilities, indigenous peoples, migrants and youngsters, and to respect human rights;

10. Deplores the involvement of Belarus on this illegal use of power towards Ukraine, and calls upon it to abide by its worldwide obligations;

11. Condemns all violations of worldwide humanitarian legislation and violations and abuses of human rights, and calls upon all events to respect strictly the related provisions of worldwide humanitarian legislation, together with the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and Extra Protocol I thereto of 1977, 3 as relevant, and to respect worldwide human rights legislation, and on this regard additional calls for that every one events guarantee respect for and the safety of all medical personnel and humanitarian personnel solely engaged in medical duties, their technique of transport and tools, in addition to hospitals and different medical amenities;

12. Calls for that every one events absolutely adjust to their obligations below worldwide humanitarian legislation to spare the civilian inhabitants, and civilian objects, refraining from attacking, destroying, eradicating or rendering ineffective objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian inhabitants, and respecting and defending humanitarian personnel and consignments used for humanitarian aid operations;

13. Requests the Emergency Aid Coordinator to supply, 30 days after the adoption of the current decision, a report on the humanitarian scenario in Ukraine and on the humanitarian response;

14. Urges the rapid peaceable decision of the battle between the Russian Federation and Ukraine by way of political dialogue, negotiations, mediation and different peaceable means;

15. Welcomes and urges the continued efforts by the Secretary-Normal, Member States, the Group for Safety and Cooperation in Europe and different worldwide and regional organizations to help the de-escalation of the present scenario, in addition to the efforts of the United Nations, together with of the United Nations Disaster Coordinator for Ukraine, and humanitarian organizations to answer the humanitarian and refugee disaster that the aggression by the Russian Federation has created;

16. Decides to adjourn the eleventh emergency particular session of the Normal Meeting briefly and to authorize the President of the Normal Meeting to renew its conferences upon request from Member States.

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