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Canadian foreign minister says Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is ‘meaningless’

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie addresses the General Debate of the 77th Session of the General Assembly. Photo Credit: Manuel Elias/United Nations/UPI

September 26 (UPI) — Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie has called for a Russian invasion. Ukraine While “meaningless” and violating the UN Charter, it promises that the country is ready to join other nations in tackling climate change and ending it. COVID-19 (new coronavirus infectious disease) Pandemic.

Jolie made a comment on the final day. United Nations General Assembly in New York on Monday. By blaming Russia for the attack on Ukraine, she firmly put Canada in the corner of its neighbors, the United States and others.

“The world is hearing horror stories of Ukrainians losing loved ones to Russia’s senseless wars,” Jolie said. “This parliament has spoken with conviction and clarity: Russia’s attack on Ukraine violates the UN Charter.”

She said that the Russian government’s continued efforts to forcibly annex Ukrainian territories against its will “were all done to build this organization out of the dark tragedy of World War II.” It hits the heart of the commitment,” he said.

Joly said the Kremlin “doubled down” in its efforts to “justify the unjustifiable” despite a united Europe and the majority of UN member states voicing their opposition to Russia’s aggression. ‘ said. She said Putin is now looking to bolster his “war of choice” with nuclear threats.

She said the war caused a global food crisis that affected many other countries and that Russia now had to be held accountable.

“Those who break the rule of law must confront the forces of law,” Jolie said.

Jolie said Canada is focused on medical concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and other illnesses that could evolve into the next infectious disease. did Justin Trudeau has spent more than $1 billion in its efforts.

On climate change, she said Canada is committed to significantly reducing its carbon footprint by 2030 and becoming carbon neutral by 2050. I called out to the area.

Egils Levits, President of Latvia

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