"There is still a place for Russian terrorists": Zelenskyy spoke about Lavrov's participation in the UN Security Council

"There is still a place for Russian terrorists": Zelenskyy spoke about Lavrov's participation in the UN Security Council

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy / Photo: Getty Images

The President noted that questions regarding the participation of Russians in the UN Security Council should be raised with all members of the organization.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy commented on the future participation of Russian foreign minister Serhiy Lavrov in a meeting of the UN Security Council, making a statement about "Russian terrorists."

Zelenskyy made this statement while speaking to journalists during his visit to wounded soldiers in New York, as reported by "Ukrinform" and "Reuters."

The President of Ukraine emphasized that "it is very important for the state that all our words and messages are heard by our partners."

When asked about President Zelenskyy's participation in the UN Security Council meeting, where Lavrov will also be present, the Ukrainian President responded, "We did not choose this format. If there is still a place for Russian terrorists in the United Nations, this is not a question for me; I think it's a question for all UN members."

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