The United Nations Security Council will meet to discuss the crisis in Ukraine next Thursday, a week after the visit of Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, to Kiev.
According to the temporary work program of the UN Security Council for the month of May, “the UN Security Council is scheduled to meet Thursday to discuss the situation in Ukraine.”
In a related context, Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated, today, Tuesday, during a telephone conversation with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, that European countries ignore the war crimes committed by Ukrainian forces.
Macron also expressed to Putin his concern about the problem of ensuring global food security, but Putin stressed that problems related to global food security are primarily caused by Western sanctions.
“Putin briefed Macron during the phone call on the progress of the special operation to protect Donbass and evacuate civilians from Azovstal,” the Kremlin statement said.
The Russian President stressed that despite the Kyiv regime’s unwillingness for a peaceful solution, the Russian side is still open for dialogue.
And the French network revealed, today, Tuesday, that the phone call that took place earlier today between French Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Russian Vladimir Putin lasted for more than two hours.
The French television network also indicated that the first telephone conversation between the two presidents since the end of last March “lasted for two hours and ten minutes.”