Polyansky: Ukrainian accusations of Russia in genocide do not deserve attention

Dmitry Polyansky, Russia’s deputy representative to the UN, said Ukraine’s accusations of Russia’s violation of the Genocide Convention “do not deserve attention.”

“The case there is complex, many lawsuits have been filed, but the results are very limited,” Polyansky said in an interview with the Solovyov Live channel on YouTube, commenting on Ukraine’s appeal to the UN Court on this issue. .

He continued: “There are lawyers on both sides, but as it turns out, the issues are getting more complicated, and so the Ukrainian side’s attempts to present this as a settled issue are similar to trying to present what it wants as if it were an investigation.”

“To a large extent, they do it for the sake of public opinion. I think that the statements of (Foreign Minister of Ukraine) Kuleba on this score do not deserve special attention,” he added.

It is noteworthy that the UN Court began considering the lawsuit of Ukraine against Russia on March 7. On March 16, Russia demanded an end to the military operation.

Moscow rejected the court’s decision, accusing Ukraine of “interference in its work for the purpose of politicization.”

Source: RIA Novosti

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