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UN Diplomats Stage Mass Walkout Before Russian Minister’s Speech in Viral Video

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov has faced opposition from 100 government officials, many of them from Western countries, ahead of his speech at the United Nations Human Rights Council. The appearance of Russian government officials is in opposition to Russia’s attack on Ukraine. According to the New York Times, the expedition to the United Nations in Geneva led to the trip, which was almost never attended by Lavrov at the genocide conference. the. Lavrov told the conference via video link, claiming that his travel had been blocked due to restrictions placed on Russian planes by European countries. A video of a trip made by foreign government officials recently went viral on social media platforms. US Mission in Geneva tweeted: “US officials @USAmbGVA Crocker and @USAmbHRC Taylor are proud to join @UKRinUNOG and colleagues from around the world in a surprise trip today from the Human Rights Commission to oppose Lavrov’s terrorist attempt justification for violence and unprovoked attack on Russia. on Ukraine. “

The incident stands in stark contrast to the treatment of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy which was received by the European Parliament. Zelenskyy received a standing ovation from everyone present. A video that goes viral on social media. According to an NBC report, Zelenskyy told the European Parliament that Ukrainians are fighting for their rights, freedom and survival. The people of Ukraine are very excited, he said. He added that Ukraine was also fighting to be an equal member of Europe and said the European Union would be stronger for it. The issue is at the heels of Zelenskyy’s application for Ukraine to immediately accept membership in the European Union. His speech also sparked a flurry of interpretations on live television.

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