October 4, 2022

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed concern over the Russian president’s order to keep nuclear forces on high alert.

United Nations: Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres) On Monday said that keeping the Russian nuclear forces on high alert was a terrible development and that a nuclear war was unimaginable. He expressed hope that the talks between Ukraine and Russia would lead to a fruitful end to the ceasefire.

During an emergency and special session of the UN General Assembly on Ukraine, Guterres called for an end to fighting in Ukraine. This continues across the country. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) Has ordered its nuclear forces to remain vigilant. This development has raised fears and concerns that the Ukraine crisis could escalate into a nuclear war.

Guterres said that we are facing a tragedy for Ukraine. At the same time, we face a major regional crisis that could have catastrophic consequences for all of us. He said a nuclear war could not even be imagined. The use of nuclear weapons cannot be justified in any way.

Guterres said it was completely unacceptable for civilians, including children, to die as a result of increasing violence. Enough said now. The soldiers must return to the palace. Leaders need to keep the peace. The common man must be protected.

Guterres called for Ukraine’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity to be respected. He said the attack on Ukraine was a challenge to multilateralism rooted in international law and the UN Charter. Regional tensions are rising. He also expressed concern that the world was facing Europe’s largest humanitarian and refugee crisis in decades. Amin appointed Awat as UN coordinator for Ukraine.

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