Blinken: We Won't Abandon Ukraine, Calls on Moscow to Cease Nuclear Threats


The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has not only shaken the stability of Eastern Europe but has also raised serious concerns within the global community. The recent statements made by key figures on both sides of the dispute have further underscored the gravity of the situation.

US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, emphasized that Russia's actions in its war against Ukraine have effectively torn apart the United Nations Charter. Addressing the UN Security Council on the matter, he asserted that "America will not abandon Ukraine, and it is imperative for Moscow to cease its nuclear threats."

In response, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov argued that American and Western interventions only serve to exacerbate conflicts worldwide. He stated, "America interferes in the affairs of nations to serve its own interests." Moreover, Lavrov added, "There is no genuine intent in the West to end the war in Ukraine."

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was the first to address the Security Council on the Ukraine issue. He warned that Russia's war in Ukraine "intensifies geopolitical tensions, deepens divisions, threatens regional stability, and heightens the nuclear threat, leading to profound schisms in our multipolar world."

Despite numerous meetings held by the Security Council over the past nineteen months regarding Ukraine, no decisive actions have been taken due to Russia's veto power.

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