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Russia vetoes UN Security Council resolution on February 25, strongly condemning Russia’s aggression in Ukraine

Eleven of the 15 members of the Security Council voted in favor of the joint US-Albanian proposal. India and the UAE have reportedly abstained.

Russia, a permanent member of the UN Security Council with veto power, could not approve the resolution.

However, such a debate at the Security Council provided an opportunity to denounce Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to launch a full-fledged military operation against Ukraine.

“Let me be clear about one thing. Russia can veto this decision, but our views and opinions remain. Policies; “The truth and the people of Ukraine will not be able to veto,” said Linda Thomas Greenfield, the US ambassador to the United Nations.

In order to gain more support, the wording of the draft resolution was relaxed hours before the referendum.

The term “condemnation” has been replaced by “protest” and the UN Charter states that the military has the right to retaliate in order to maintain peace. The reference to Chapter 7 has also been removed.

The draft resolution reaffirmed Ukraine’s sovereignty and called on Russia to immediately end its use of force against Ukraine.

The draft resolution was supported by more than 70 countries.

“Never make a mistake,” he said. Russia is isolated. “No one supports the invasion of Ukraine,” said Barbara Woodward, Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations.

Greenfield, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said Russia’s aggression was “extremely bold and outrageous” and threatened the international community.

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Nibenzia, has condemned the decision. He cited China’s neutrality in the Security Council referendum on the expansion of NATO allies, saying Russia’s legitimate security goals should be taken seriously and addressed appropriately. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on Russian troops to return to their bases.

Vietnam will lift restrictions on international flights for fully-vaccinated international travelers on February 15, the Vietnam Aviation Authority has announced.


Communist Vietnam, which has been restricting almost the rest of the world since March 2020 due to the Coronavirus epidemic, has hit hard on the country’s vital tourism industry.

Authorities have gradually eased restrictions in recent months, and from November onwards, the influx of tourists began on a temporary basis.

The Feb. 13 statement did not specify how many flights would be allowed, but hinted that arrivals could be allowed to stay as they were before the Coronavirus outbreak.


According to the rules, everyone entering Vietnam must have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and must stay at home or hotel for at least three days.

Travelers are required to abide by the current entry-exit rules; The aviation authority said in a statement that it must comply with pre-epidemic health care requirements.

In Vietnam, more than 90% of adults have received two doses of coronavirus vaccine. As Vietnam accelerates immunization, the government is considering vaccinating teens.

Vietnam now has around 20,000 infected people every day. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, more than 2.5 million people have been infected with the coronavirus in Vietnam. The death toll from the coronavirus is estimated at 39,000.

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