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Sala StampaUN resolution against Ukraine invasion

UN resolution against Ukraine invasion

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Eleventh emergency special session 

Agenda item 5 

Letter dated 28 February 2014 from the Permanent  

Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed  

to the President of the Security Council (S/2014/136

Aggression against Ukraine

The General Assembly,

Reaffirming the paramount importance of the Charter of the United Nations in
the promotion of the rule of law among nations,

Recalling the obligation of all States under Article 2 of the Charter to refrain in
their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial
integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent
with the purposes of the United Nations, and to settle their international disputes by
peaceful means,

Recalling also the obligation under Article 2 (2) of the Charter, that all
Members, in order to ensure to all of them the rights and benefits resulting from
membership, shall fulfil in good faith the obligations assumed by them in accordance
with the Charter,

Taking note of Security Council resolution 2623 (2022) of 27 February 2022, in
which the Council called for an emergency special session of the General Assembly
to examine the question contained in document S/Agenda/8979,

Recalling General Assembly resolution 377 A (V) of 3 November 1950, entitled
“Uniting for peace”, and taking into account that the lack of unanimity of the
permanent members of the Security Council at its 8979th meeting has prevented it
from exercising its primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace
and security,

Recalling also its resolution 2625 (XXV) of 24 October 1970, in which it
approved the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly
Relations and Cooperation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United
Nations, and reaffirming the principles contained therein that the territory of a State
shall not be the object of acquisition by another State resulting from the threat or use
of force, and that any attempt aimed at the partial or total disruption of the national
unity and territorial integrity of a State or country or at its political independence is
incompatible with the purposes and principles of the Charter,

Recalling further its resolution 3314 (XXIX) of 14 December 1974, which
defines aggression as the use of armed force by a State against the sovereignty,
territorial integrity or political independence of another State, or in any other manner
inconsistent with the Charter,

Bearing in mind the importance of maintaining and strengthening international
peace founded upon freedom, equality, justice and respect for human rights and of
developing friendly relations among nations irrespective of their political, economic
and social systems or the levels of their development,

Recalling the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe,
signed in Helsinki on 1 August 1975, and the Memorandum on Security Assurances in
Connection with 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
“special military operation” in Ukraine,

Reaffirming that no territorial acquisition resulting from the threat or use of
force shall be recognized as legal,

Expressing grave concern at reports of attacks on civilian facilities such as residences, schools and hospitals, and of civilian casualties, including women, older
persons, persons with disabilities, and children,

Recognizing that the military operations of the Russian Federation inside the
sovereign territory of Ukraine are on a scale that the international commu nity has not
seen in Europe in decades and that urgent action is needed to save this generation
from the scourge of war,

Endorsing the Secretary-General’s statement of 24 February 2022 in which he
recalled that the use of force by one country against another is the repudiation of the
principles that every country has committed to uphold and that the present military
offensive of the Russian Federation is against the Charter,

Condemning the decision of the Russian Federation to increase the readiness of
its nuclear forces,

Expressing grave concern at the deteriorating humanitarian situation in and
around Ukraine, with an increasing number of internally displaced persons and
refugees in need of humanitarian assistance,

Expressing concern also about the potential impact of the conflict on increased
food insecurity globally, as Ukraine and the region are one of the world’s most
important areas for grain and agricultural exports, when millions of people are facing
famine or the immediate risk of famine or are experiencing severe food insecurity in
several regions of the world, as well as on energy security,
Welcoming the continued efforts by the Secretary-General and the Organization
for Security and Cooperation in Europe and other international and regional
organizations to support de-escalation of the situation with respect to Ukraine, and
encouraging continued dialogue,

  1. Reaffirms its commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and
    territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recogni zed borders,
    extending to its territorial waters;
  2. Deplores in the strongest terms the aggression by the Russian Federation
    against Ukraine in violation of Article 2 (4) of the Charter;
  3. Demands that the Russian Federation immediately cease its use of force
    against Ukraine and to refrain from any further unlawful threat or use of force against
    any Member State;
  4. Also demands that the Russian Federation immediately, completely and
    unconditionally withdraw all of its military forces from the territory of Ukraine within
    its internationally recognized borders;
  5. Deplores the 21 February 2022 decision by the Russian Federation related
    to the status of certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine as a
    violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine and inconsistent with
    the principles of the Charter;
  6. Demands that the Russian Federation immediately and unconditionally
    reverse the decision related to the status of certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk
    regions of Ukraine;
  7. Calls upon the Russian Federation to abide by the principles set forth in
    the Charter and the Declaration on Friendly Relations;
  8. Calls upon the parties to abide by the Minsk agreements and to work
    constructively in relevant international frameworks, including in the Normandy
    format and Trilateral Contact Group, towards their full implementation;
  9. Demands all parties to allow safe and unfettered passage to destinations
    outside of Ukraine and to facilitate the rapid, safe and unhindered access to
    humanitarian assistance for those in need in Ukraine, to protect civilians, including
    humanitarian personnel and persons in vulnerable situations, including women, older
    persons, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, migrants and children, and to
    respect human rights;
  10. Deplores the involvement of Belarus in this unlawful use of force against
    Ukraine, and calls upon it to abide by its international obligations;
  11. Condemns all violations of international humanitarian law and violations
    and abuses of human rights, and calls upon all parties to respect strictly the relevant
    provisions of international humanitarian law, including the Geneva Conventions of
    19492 and Additional Protocol I thereto of 1977, as applicable, and to respect international human rights law, and in this regard further demands that all parties ensure respect for and the protection of all medical personnel and humanitarian personnel exclusively engaged in medical duties, their means of transport and equipment, as well as hospitals and other medical facilities;
  1. Demands that all parties fully comply with their obligations under
    international humanitarian law to spare the civilian population, and civilian objects,
    refraining from attacking, destroying, removing or rendering useless objects
    indispensable to the survival of the civilian population, and respecting and protecting
    humanitarian personnel and consignments used for humanitarian relief operations;
  2. Requests the Emergency Relief Coordinator to provide, 30 days after the
    adoption of the present resolution, a report on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine
    and on the humanitarian response;
  3. Urges the immediate peaceful resolution of the conflict between the
    Russian Federation and Ukraine through political dialogue, negotiations, mediation
    and other peaceful means;
  4. Welcomes and urges the continued efforts by the Secretary-General,
    Member States, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and other
    international and regional organizations to support the de-escalation of the current
    situation, as well as the efforts of the United Nations, including of the United Nations
    Crisis Coordinator for Ukraine, and humanitarian organizations to respond to the
    humanitarian and refugee crisis that the aggression by the Russian Federation has
    created;
  5. Decides to adjourn the eleventh emergency special session of the General
    Assembly temporarily and to authorize the President of the General Assembly to
    resume its meetings upon request from Member States.

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