UN Chief Condemns Russian Invasion of Ukraine as UN Assembly Votes on Peace Resolution

The United Nations General Assembly is meeting today to discuss the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

UN Chief Antonio Guterres has condemned the invasion as an affront to the sovereignty of Ukraine, and has called for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

The assembly is expected to vote on a resolution that would end the war and restore peace to the region. The resolution has been backed by both Ukraine and its allies, who are seeking votes in favour of the measure.

The resolution is seen as a way to go down in history, as it could bring an end to the conflict and ensure the safety of the citizens of Ukraine from further Russian aggression.

The UN has made it clear that it will not accept any attempts to undermine the sovereignty of Ukraine and is committed to finding a peaceful solution to the crisis.

The meeting today is seen as a major step towards ending the conflict, and the world is watching to see if the resolution will be passed.

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