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“Do not Patronise”: India’s UN Ambassador’s Curt Reply To Dutch Envoy Over Ukraine


“Kindly do not patronise us, Ambassador. We all know what to do,” Ambassador TS Tirumurti stated.

United Nations:

India’s Everlasting Consultant to the UN Ambassador TS Tirumurti has instructed the Ambassador of the Netherlands to the UK that “Kindly do not patronise us,” New Delhi “is aware of what to do” when the Dutch envoy stated India shouldn’t have abstained within the UN Basic Meeting on Ukraine.

On February 24, Russian forces launched navy operations in Ukraine, three days after Moscow recognised Ukraine’s breakaway areas – Donetsk and Luhansk – as unbiased entities.

Since January this 12 months, India has abstained on procedural votes and draft resolutions within the UN Safety Council, the Basic Meeting and the Human Rights Council that deplored Russian aggression in opposition to Ukraine.

“Kindly do not patronise us, Ambassador. We all know what to do,” Mr Tirumurti stated in response to a tweet by Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the UK of Nice Britain and Northern Eire Karel van Oosterom.

Within the tweet, the Dutch envoy stated to Mr Tirumurti “You shouldn’t have abstained within the GA. Respect the UN Constitution.”

Mr Tirumurti delivered a press release on the UN Safety Council assembly Wednesday on Ukraine. He posted the total textual content of his assertion on Twitter saying “On the UN Safety Council assembly on #Ukraine this afternoon, I made the next assertion” to which van Oosterom made the remark about India abstaining within the Basic Meeting.

In April, India abstained within the UN Basic Meeting on a vote moved by the US to droop Russia from the UN Human Rights Council over allegations that Russian troopers killed civilians whereas retreating from cities close to the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.

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In March, India abstained from the UN Basic Meeting on a decision by Ukraine and its allies on the humanitarian disaster in Ukraine, saying the main target needs to be on cessation of hostilities and on pressing humanitarian help and the draft didn’t absolutely replicate New Delhi’s anticipated to give attention to these challenges.

On March 2, the Basic Meeting had voted to reaffirm its dedication to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Ukraine inside its internationally acknowledged borders and deplored within the strongest phrases Russia’s aggression in opposition to Ukraine.

India, together with 34 different nations had abstained from the decision, which was adopted with 141 votes in favour and 5 Member States voting in opposition to.
 

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by IHNS workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)



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