December 16, 2022, 01:42 – Public News Service – OSN

The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution proposed by the Ukrainian state that condemns human rights violations allegedly recorded on the territory of Crimea, TASS writes.

Russia, Belarus, Iran, China, Syria, North Korea and seven other countries voted against the resolution, 80 abstained from voting, and 82 voted in favor of adoption.

In particular, the document calls on the Russian side to “take all necessary measures to immediately put an end to all violations and abuses against residents Crimea”.

In addition, they include allegedly “discriminatory measures and methods, as well as torture and other cruel and degrading treatment.

It should be noted that such a document has been reviewed annually since 2016 and is not binding.

As the Public News Service reported earlier, Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky said that the only way to end the conflict on Ukraine is to return to borders 1991. He stressed that the return to the borders on February 24 will not lead to an end to the confrontation.