The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko believes that the UN Security Council is not working and ineffective.
"After the annexation of Crimea and aggression in the East of my country it was Clear that the postwar Security system is not working. The UN security Council is not working and ineffective ", - said the head Petro Poroshenko, speaking at the Clinton Foundation in new York.
"The Budapest Memorandum that we signed in 1994, which guaranteed us security and territorial integrity of Ukraine, and guaranteed by the world's leading nuclear powers, won't work ", - noticed the leader of the country.
Crimea and located on the Crimean Peninsula Sevastopol became Russian regions in March 2014 After the referendum in which over 90% of residents voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia. In the capital of Russia emphasize that the referendum in Crimea meets standards of international law and the UN Charter. The authorities of the EU and U.S. will not recognize the results of the referendum, but Ukraine still considers the Crimea her, but at the time occupied territory.
The military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of Donbas lasts more than a year. On February 12, negotiations were consensus about stop fire, the withdrawal of heavy weapons, the introduction to the Constitution of Ukraine for change about the decentralization of Power and consolidation of special status " of Donetsk and Lugansk regions ".