Russia defends invasion during emergency UN General Assembly | News | DW

The 193 members of the UN’s General Assembly held a minute’s silence on Monday for the victims of the war in Ukraine as delegates met for an emergency session to discuss a resolution condemning Moscow’s “aggression.”

Russia found itself increasingly isolated but defended its “military operation,” blaming the violence on Kyiv during only the 11th special session in the UN’s 77-year history.

The members of the assembly are set to vote on a symbolic denouncement of Russia’s actions, but one that is seen as an important barometer not just for its condemnation of Moscow aggression, but also for the global stance against creeping authoritarianism around the world.

Also, unlike the more prominent Security Council, where a single vote against from veto holder Russia can thwart any motion or…

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