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The resolution against Russia could not be passed in the United Nations General Assembly, India shunned

Russia Ukraine War: Russia’s attack on Ukraine is continuing, now this war is going to be about 1 month. Meanwhile, every effort is being made to put pressure on Russia. Now Ukraine and allies in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) presented a resolution against Russia on the situation of humanitarian crisis. In which all the member countries voted, but India once again stayed away from it.

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On behalf of the United Nations General Assembly, once again it was said to end the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia immediately. After the resolution placed in the UNGA, most countries voted against Russia, as well as opposed the attack on Ukraine. However, apart from India, there were many other countries which abstained from voting on this proposal. There were a total of 38 countries, which did not participate in voting on this proposal. While 140 countries voted in favor of the proposal, there were 5 countries that voted against the proposal.

The 193-member UN General Assembly resumed its 11th emergency special session on Ukraine and Ukraine and its allies voted on a draft resolution on the “humanitarian consequences of an invasion of Ukraine”. But this resolution of the UNSC failed to pass, because it could not get the necessary 9 votes for it. Let us tell you that before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, India had been absent from voting on resolutions in the Security Council on two occasions and once in the General Assembly.

India has also given an answer on this proposal to abstain from voting. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said that India avoided this proposal because, we need to end hostility and focus on humanitarian aid. This proposal is completely incompatible with our approach to deal with these challenges.

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