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Moscow: The delay in sending observers to Lilinovka is a desire not to know the truth


Moscow, SANA- Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin affirmed that the delay in sending observers from the United Nations to the war


Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin stressed that the delay in sending UN observers to investigate the bombing of the town of Yelinovka in the Donetsk Republic is a desire not to know the truth.

Vershinin said today at a press conference that Russia can guarantee the safety of international observers, including representatives of the International Red Cross and the United Nations when traveling to the Donetsk Republic, to investigate the bombing of Lilinovka, but representatives of international organizations are in no hurry to go to There, perhaps this is simply an unwillingness to know the truth.

Vershinin explained that the Russian side invited the United Nations and the International Red Cross the day after the bombing to visit the town, noting that the United Nations and the International Committee put forward many arguments.

The Russian Defense Ministry had previously stated that the Ukrainian forces, with the US "HIMARS" system, bombed a detention center in Lilinovka at the end of last July, killing 50 people and wounding 73 Ukrainian prisoners of war.

On the other hand, Vershinin stressed that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's position on refusing to negotiate with Russia is wrong and should be condemned, and that it will not affect the prospects of the "grain agreement", but Moscow insists on a critical analysis of the agreements.

Vershinin said: The Istanbul agreements were concluded and are still valid.. He added, "We are closely following the implementation of the two memoranda, and we believe that there is a need for a critical analysis of how to implement the initiative of the UN Secretary-General's package," at the same time Vershinin stressed that he did not see any connection. In terms of prospects for the "Food Agreement" and Kyiv's statements about negotiations with Russia.

It is noteworthy that multilateral agreements were signed in Istanbul last July, regarding lifting restrictions imposed on the export of Russian products, and Russia's assistance in exporting Ukrainian grain.

In another context, Vershinin said: The Palestinian delegation to the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly wanted this year to apply for full Palestinian membership in the United Nations, but the United States made efforts to prevent this request from being accepted.

Vershinin explained that the last session of the UN General Assembly showed that the majority of countries are not ready to blindly go behind the United States, and stressed that America and its allies are openly blackmailing Asian, African and Latin American countries over the Russian special operation in Ukraine.

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Source: sena

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