Security Council meeting on Ukraine, Minister Xhaçka: We look forward to the day for the start of a reconciliation process

The Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Olta Xhaçka, is in New York, where she participated in the Security Council meeting, on maintenance of peace and security on Ukraine.
Minister Xhaçka emphasized that the support of the resolution for Ukraine in the UN General Assembly is a strong indicator that the world rejects Russia’s efforts to undermine the UN Charter and international law.
“This war must end, and it will end. But the end we envisage is the end of aggression, not the end of the rules-based world order. It is the end of the presence of the Russian troops in Ukraine, not the end of life there. There must be and will be a future with a just and stable peace, with a free and secure Ukraine. We look forward to the day, I hope soon, of the start of a process of healing and reconstruction. But until that day comes, Ukraine and its people deserve all of our support.” she said.
A day ago, the General Assembly of the United Nations approved by an overwhelming majority the resolution “The principles of the UN Charter underlying a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine”.

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