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Ukrainian President Zelenskyy Accuses Russia of ‘Genocide,’ Proposes ‘Peace Formula’ at UNGA Session: Report

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy addressed the UNGA, accusing Russia of ‘genocide’ in Ukraine and proposing a ‘peace formula.’ He highlighted Russia’s aggression and called for international support to end the conflict. The speech emphasized the urgent need for a peaceful resolution to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

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In a compelling address at the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of being the aggressor in the ongoing armed conflict and alleged that Moscow was perpetrating “genocide” in his homeland. Despite the absence of any signs of a truce, Zelenskyy put forward a comprehensive “peace formula” during his speech.

During his UNGA address, President Zelenskyy expressed deep concern about the situation, highlighting the impact on Ukrainian children in Russia. He claimed that these children were being subjected to an education that encouraged them to “hate” their homeland. Additionally, he pointed out that all connections between Ukrainian nationals abroad and their family members in Ukraine were being severed, emphasizing the humanitarian toll of the conflict.

Zelenskyy’s accusation of “genocide” against Russia underscores the gravity of the situation in Ukraine. Such an allegation carries significant legal and moral weight and is likely to prompt international scrutiny and calls for action. The proposed “peace formula” signifies Ukraine’s commitment to seeking a diplomatic resolution to the conflict, despite the ongoing violence.

The UNGA session serves as a critical platform for world leaders to address global issues and advocate for their respective positions. Zelenskyy’s impassioned plea for peace and his accusations against Russia will undoubtedly shape international discourse and diplomatic efforts in addressing the Ukraine-Russia conflict. The world will be closely watching for responses and potential initiatives aimed at ending the crisis and ensuring the safety and well-being of the affected populations.