4 December, 2022

Global reactions to Russia's attack on Ukraine

The UN and OEA ask to end Russia's attacks..

Military troops prepare to attack. Photo: Courtesy.

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The UN and OEA ask to end Russia's attacks..

– Ukraine –

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-Russia-

President of Russia Vladimir Putin, reiterated that the circumstances demand that Moscow act “firmly and immediately” and noted that “the People's Republics of Donbass have requested the help of Russia”.

– U.S –

the american president, Joe Biden, denounced the “unwarranted attack” of Russia against Ukraine.

“President Putin has chosen a premeditated war that will bring catastrophic loss of life and human suffering.”, Biden said in a statement. “Russia alone is responsible for the death and destruction this attack will cause.”, Biden insisted, after ensuring that “the world will hold Russia accountable”.

– HIM –

the russian offensive “must stop now”, implored the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, after an emergency meeting of the Security Council.

“President Putin, in the name of humanity, bring the troops back to russia”, Guterres said, After stating that this is “the saddest day” that he has had at the head of the UN.

-OAS-

The UN and OEA ask to end Russia's attacks. (OAS) condemned on Thursday the Russian Federation's invasion of Ukraine and called for an immediate cessation of hostilities, which it says "irresponsibly" has begun.

The organization assured that the aggression has been defined as the “supreme international crime”, which undoubtedly constitutes an attack against the peace and security of mankind, as well as civilized relations between States.

– European Union –

“We strongly condemn Russia's unjustified attack on Ukraine. In these dark hours, our thoughts are with Ukraine and the women, innocent men and boys facing this unprovoked attack and fear for their lives”, declared the President of the European Commission, protecting your loved ones.

– France –

“Russia chose war. France condemns in the strongest terms the launch of these operations”, denounced the French ambassador to the UN, Nicolas de Riviere.

– Germany –

The Russian military operation is “a flagrant violation” of international law, said the German chancellor, Olaf Scholz.

– United Kingdom –

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, condemned the “horrendous events in Ukraine” and maintained that Putin “chose the path of bloodshed and destruction by launching an unprovoked attack”.

– OTAN –

NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, denounced the “irresponsible and unprovoked attack” of Russia against Ukraine, and warned that it put “countless lives at risk.

“I strongly condemn Russia's irresponsible and unprovoked attack on Ukraine, that puts countless civilian lives at risk. One more time, despite our repeated warnings and tireless efforts to engage in diplomacy, Russia has chosen the path of aggression against an independent and sovereign country”, Stoltenberg stated in a statement.

assured that “NATO will do whatever it takes to protect and defend all of its allies”.

-Italy –

The head of the Italian government, Mario Draghi, described the Russian attack on Ukraine as “unjust and unjustifiable” and ensured that the European Union (EU) and NATO will work to provide an immediate response.

“Italian government condemns Russia's attack on Ukraine. It's unfair and unjustifiable. Italy stands with the Ukrainian people and institutions at this dramatic moment”, Draghi said in a statement.

-China-

The Chinese regime indicated this Thursday “it understands the reasonable concerns of Russia in terms of security”, According to the Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi, in conversation with his Russian counterpart, the White House offered to discuss the limits on the deployment of missiles in Europe, the day Moscow launched a large-scale attack on Ukraine.

“China has always respected the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries”, Wang said, according to a transcript of the phone conversation released by his ministry. "At the same time, we also note that the Ukrainian question has a special and complicated history. We understand Russia's reasonable security concerns.", Indian.

-Spain-

In a statement, the Government of Spain has assured that it “strongly condemns the military invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation”. “This is a completely unjustified attack., of unprecedented gravity, and a flagrant violation of international law that puts global security and stability at risk.”, add the text.