The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry harshly criticized the inaction of the UN after the disaster at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station.
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba criticized the United Nations response to the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric dam. He said that if they had drunk the water of the Dnieper mixed with blood in their mouths, they would have behaved differently. He said this on Friday, June 8, on the air of the telethon.
According to him, the UN “made a certain mistake” on the day of the attack.
“They celebrate the Day of the Russian Language and take water in their mouths. I think that if they drank Dnieper water mixed with engine oil and blood, they might behave differently. But because the New York and with different waters, they were able to stay quiet all day and do nothing,” said Kuleba.
At the same time, the minister said that he wanted to protect the UN office in Ukraine, because he organized a small team in Kherson to help. But even such a reaction is inadequate to the scale of the tragedy.
Kuleba added that after talking to the office staff, they redoubled their efforts and formed two teams that are ready to go to the left bank of the region and help with evacuation and humanitarian aid if Russia provides security guarantees. But, according to the minister, this is unlikely to happen.
To be remembered, the representative of the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Jeremy Lawrence, said that the UN Human Rights Office has not yet examined whether the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station by the Russians is a war crime.
Later, the OP said in response that the UN once again discredited its reputation after it announced the “incomprehensible circumstances” of the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station.
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