The resolution is part of the strategy of political and diplomatic settlement of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
Russian diplomats have resorted to a “step of despair” / photoРоссия tried to prevent the adoption by the UN General Assembly resolution on the militarization of the Crimea and attempts these were “unprecedented”.

About this on his page in Facebook wrote to the speaker of the Permanent mission of Ukraine to the UN Oleg Nikolenko.

“Attempts to prevent the adoption of the resolution was unprecedented. Foreign ambassadors complained that Russian diplomacy to wriggle out of their arms, legs and head, but something wasn’t working”, – he wrote.

According to Nikolenko, when Moscow realized that the document will be held still, Russian diplomats have resorted to a “step of despair”.

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“Not directly, but through the back of the same leaders in the field of observance of the UN Charter and the protection of human rights – Iran, Syria, North Korea, Nicaragua and Venezuela – have amended the text, which ultimately was not voted on. Meaning they had neither the form nor in content. It is noteworthy that subsequently from this toxic team distanced themselves even North Korea, which was the original sponsor of this adventure,” said the speaker.

She notes the importance of the resolution for Ukraine. According to him, this element of the strategy of political and diplomatic settlement of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

“As previously approved by the Crimean resolution, it will be used in the current activities aimed at raising Moscow to justice, it will be built and other steps. The main thing to understand that by themselves the texts of the resolutions are not written, the States themselves vote in support of them do not agree, and on the way to stabilizing the situation are the geopolitical disorders of the former Empire,” wrote Nikolenko.

As UNIAN reported earlier, the General Assembly of the United Nations supported the draft resolution on “the Problem of the militarization of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol (Ukraine), as well as parts of the Black and Azov seas”.

The resolution expresses a strong call for the Russian Federation to withdraw its troops from Crimea and end its occupation of Ukrainian territory.

The resolution also urged Russia to stop harassing commercial vessels as well as restrict international navigation in the Black and Azov seas.