Ukraine’s struggle is everybody’s business who aspires to live in a world of free and equal nations – Albanian PM

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Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, serving as UN Security Council chair, believes that Ukraine’s struggle against the invading aggression of the russian Federation is the business of everyone who aspires to live in a world of free and equal nations, reported.

“Who could have imagined that in the third decade of the 21st century, a catastrophic war unleashed by a permanent member of the Security Council would put Europe at risk, grossly undermining all the principles that gave rise to the UN! Who could have imagined that the unjustified, unjust, unprovoked military aggression of a big country against a new democracy would not be immediately and universally condemned by all the nations gathered here and sharing the same goals and principles,” Rama said emotionally.

How to understand those who say “yes, but” or call both sides to present arguments so as not to call a spade a spade, refusing to call it brutal aggression – the only and true name, added the chairman.

According to him, this aggressive war should be everyone’s business. If we cannot unanimously recognize and say out loud who is the aggressor and who is the victim of this aggression, it would be an “insult to the intelligence” of the Security Council, Rama said.

“The struggle of Ukraine is the struggle of everyone who aspires to live in a world where nations are free and equal, where territorial integrity is indisputable and their right to live in the world is indisputable,” said the Prime Minister of Albania.

Albania is a small country, its constant support to Ukraine may not change the dynamics on the battlefield, but it helps not to encourage aggression, not to recognize annexation, and not to allow the obvious to become questionable, he emphasized.

According to him, abuse of the right of veto made the UN Security Council hostage, paralyzed its work, “but did not make it silent.”

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