The UN Secretary General Antoniu Guterres will continue to “put pressure” on the issue of humanitarian ceasefire in the blocked gas sector. This was announced by Anadol by the UN Official Representative Stefan Duzharrick, commenting on the US Veto Veto on the UN Security Council of the UN Security Council (SB UN) demanding an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the gas sector.
Duzharrik noted that the UN “took into account” the decision adopted by the Council of Ministers.
“The pressure of the Secretary General on the issue of humanitarian ceasefire and the access of humanitarian aid in gas will continue in the most decisive way,” he said.
Earlier, the United States has imposed a veto on the draft resolution of the UN Security Council (SB UN) demanding an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the blocked gas sector.
13 out of 15 members of the Security Council voted for the resolution, while Great Britain abstained.
December 6, UN General Gurierrish, for the first time during his stay at the post, took advantage of his powers and applied article 99 of the UN Charter, sending the corresponding letter to the UN Security Council.