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A call from the UN to act together

United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on the international community to act together to create an environment of peace in Ukraine.

Guterres attended the conference titled “Solidarity with the Ukrainian People” held in Paris, France, online.

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Expressing his thanks to France and Ukraine, who organized this conference to support the resistance of civilians in Ukraine, Guterres noted that the ongoing war in Ukraine is a cruel humanitarian drama.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres stated that the situation in Ukraine is getting worse day by day and as the temperature drops, and stated that people who are victims of war pay a heavy price in the harsh winter conditions.

Pointing out that the Ukrainian people have problems in accessing food, water and other basic services, Guterres noted that many electricity transmission system facilities in many parts of the country were damaged as a result of Russian air strikes.

Stating that electrical, water and heat engineers are working on the field to solve the problems experienced in energy facilities, Guterres said, “Today (in Ukraine) 10 million consumers, including families, employees, hospitals and schools, live without electricity. “He can’t access heating facilities,” he said.

 

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400 generators delivered to critical facilities

Guterres stated that it will take years to repair the damage to homes, workplaces and important infrastructure facilities in Ukraine.

Mentioning that the benefactors have helped more than 630,000 Ukrainians in the last few months, Guterres stated that 400 generators have also been delivered to critical facilities.

Guterres called on the international community to act together to create an environment of peace in Ukraine, within the scope of the UN convention and international law.

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