Klishas: Kiev's plans to deprive the Russian Federation of the right of veto in the UN is not feasible
The plans of Ukraine to deprive the Russian Federation of the right of veto in the UN security Council is contrary to the Charter of the organization, emphasized in the Federation Council.
in July, Russia has blocked the UN security Council a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the trial of blame for the Downing of the Malaysian airliner MH17 in Eastern Ukraine in July 2014. Secretary of Council of national security and defense of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov in the UN Charter, to deprive the Russian Federation of the right of veto in the security Council of the organization.
"Ukraine's intention to limit the veto power of Russia in the UN General Assembly as a permanent member of the security Council is contrary to the UN Charter and is indicative only about the fact that Kiev is in his peculiar manner in wishful thinking," said Fins news the head of the constitutional Department of the Federation Council Andrey Klishas.
Klishas said that According to article 108 of the UN Charter changes can be made only after they are accepted by 2 thirds vote of the members of the General Assembly and ratified in Accordance with their respective constitutional processes, with 2 thirds of the UN members, including all permanent members of the security Council, including Russia.