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Lavrov Meets With UN Security Council Over Accusations of Atrocities in Ukraine

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Lavrov Meets With UN Security Council Over Accusations of Atrocities in Ukraine

Lavrov Meets With UN Security Council Over Accusations of Atrocities in Ukraine

Lavrov Meets With , UN Security Council , Over Accusations of Atrocities in Ukraine.

On September 22, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with Western and Ukrainian counterparts at the United Nations Security Council.

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On September 22, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with Western and Ukrainian counterparts at the United Nations Security Council.

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NBC reports that Lavrov's appearance comes as the council discusses atrocities committed in Ukraine.

NBC reports that Lavrov's appearance comes as the council discusses atrocities committed in Ukraine.

U.N.

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, along with International Criminal Court prosecutor Karim Khan, briefed the 15-member council.

U.N.

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, along with International Criminal Court prosecutor Karim Khan, briefed the 15-member council.

NBC reports that Russia has denied targeting civilians in its military campaign in Ukraine.

Lavrov went on to claim that Ukraine’s Western allies “have been covering up the crimes of the Kyiv regime.”.

On September 21, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy addressed the assembly in a pre-recorded video.

A crime has been committed against Ukraine, and we demand just punishment, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, President of Ukraine, via NBC.

The crime was committed against the lives of our people.

The crime was committed against the dignity of our women and men, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, President of Ukraine, via NBC.

The Security Council meeting comes just one day after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial military mobilization.

The Security Council meeting comes just one day after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial military mobilization.

According to the Office of the U.N.

High Commissioner for Human Rights, 5,916 civilians have been killed and another 8,616 have been injured in Ukraine since the invasion began.


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