Nobody believes Russia – President about the meeting of the UN Security Council regarding the situation in the Sea of Azov

During a speech in the Verkhovna Rada, President Petro Poroshenko stressed that today’s meeting of the United Nations Security Council showed that nobody believes Russia and there is a clearly recorded fact of the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine in the Sea of Azov. In addition, according to him, at NATO headquarters in Brussels, a decision was made to hold a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine special commission after the world saw what was happening in the Sea of Azov and when our intelligence provided convincing evidence of the risk for Ukrainian soldiers, of the opened fire, of the damaged Ukrainian warships, of the worthy behavior of the Ukrainian sailors.

The President emphasized that, as Supreme Commander-in-Chief, he has information about the risks and threats to the state after the Russian aggression against the Ukrainian Navy’s warships, which was absolutely clearly proven and presented to all countries and capitals of the world today. He noted that Ukraine needs unification of all forces now.