Oct 28, 2015

U.N. General Assembly Rejects Russian Annexation of Crimea | Democracy Now!

The United Nations General Assembly has voted to reject Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. The resolution was proposed by Ukraine and backed by the United States and European Union. Ukraine’s acting minister for foreign affairs, Andrii Deshchytsia, spoke before the vote. Andrii Deshchytsia: "Over the last months, we have witnessed the most flagrant violations of international law since...

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