The US, for once, hasn’t vetoed a Russian-proposed resolution on Donbass. I guess they had no choice. Kiev is clearly incapable of defeating the separatists (who are gaining territory) and the EU opposes Obama’s proposal to escalate the war by providing lethal military aid to Kiev.
The UN Security Council adopted the Russia-proposed resolution on Donbass. The document became the first resolution that the UN Security Council passed in the past six months. Previously, the countries had failed to find common grounds on the problem during nearly 30 sessions. This time, even the US has not vetoed the resolution. Pravda.Ru asked expert opinion from Professor of the Department of International Law at MGIMO Dmitry Labin to comment on the news.
“Of course, one had to adopt something, because all previous attempts were unsuccessful. Then came the time, when the body responsible for international security measures had to say something. As for the draft resolution that Russia proposed – it could not cause any objections, because the wording of the document is clear and understandable enough. It goes about the efforts to stabilize the situation to establish peace,” said Dmitry Labin.
The expert noted that…
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