MOSCOW, Nov 15 UN General Assembly resolutions on compensation for damage to Kyiv is yet another manifestation of “international banditry,” said Grigory Karasin, chairman of the Federation Council committee on international affairs.
The UN General Assembly by a majority vote on Monday adopted a draft resolution on compensation for damage to Kyiv. The resolution was supported by 94 members of the organization, 14 opposed, representatives of another 73 countries abstained. Russia's Permanent Representative Vasily Nebenzya said at the meeting that Western countries seek to use the sovereign funds of the Russian Federation blocked by them to continue deliveries and pay for weapons already provided to Kyiv, and called this opportunity “blatant robbery.”
“International banditry, swirling and systematized by Washington and its led from the “collective West”, is taking on new forms. Now the arena has become the UN General Assembly, which adopted a resolution on reparations to Kyiv from Russia,” Karasin wrote in his Telegram channel.
According to him, even a naive it is clear that the “tackle” was made for huge sums of Russian frozen assets. “The logic of international law and decency has been thrown aside,” the senator stated.