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Ukraine Presents Draft Resolution On Violations Of Human Rights In Crimea At UN General Assembly

Ukraine Presents Draft Resolution On Violations Of Human Rights In Crimea At UN General Assembly

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Ukraine has presented a draft resolution on violations of human rights in the Crimea at the UN General Assembly.

The press center of the United Nations announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

Ukraine's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Volodymyr Yelchenko presented to delegates the draft resolution.

He said co-authors of the draft resolution were 38 delegations.

A representative of the Russian Federation said the Russian delegation would vote against the draft resolution.

The draft resolution condemns the infringement on human rights, discriminating measures and practices against population of the temporary occupied Crimea, including Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians, by the Russian occupational authorities.

The document contains a request to the secretary general of the United Nations to seek ways and means to provide safe and unimpeded access to regional and international organizations to monitor the situation with human rights in the Crimea.

The preamble of the draft resolution condemns the temporary occupation of the part of the territory of Ukraine - the Autonomous Republic of the Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

Russian representative Zagainov said the draft resolution was biased.

The Ukrainian delegation announced that the vote on the draft resolution will be at the third committee of the UN General Assembly on November 15.

The third committee tackles social and humanitarian issues.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Ukraine counts on support of Kuwait in adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of a Resolution on infringement of human rights in the Russia-annexed Crimea on November 15.