Ukraine's envoy to UN elected vice-president of 73rd General Assembly

12:00, 06 June 2018
Politics
356 0
Photo from un.org

"Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN Yelchenko [was] elected as a Vice President of the UN General Assembly for the 73rd session, which kicks off on September 18, 2018," Ukraine's Mission to the United Nations tweeted on June 5.

Read alsoYelchenko: Russians ignored Ukraine's appeals to explain what they were doing in Crimea

Newly elected vice-presidents of the 73rd General Assembly are Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China, Cyprus, the Democratic Republic of Congo, France, Gambia, Guyana, Iraq, Japan, Namibia, Panama, Qatar, Russia, San Marino, Spain, Sudan, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, and the United States.

As UNIAN reported, Ukraine's permanent representative to the UN Yelchenko earlier called on the UN Security Council to take concrete steps to deploy an international peacekeeping mission to Donbas, eastern Ukraine.

If you see a spelling error on our site, select it and press Ctrl+Enter