Ukrainian President Poroshenko confident UN will recognize Russia as ‘occupier state’

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expressed his full confidence that the UN General Assembly would adopt a resolution on the Crimea in which Russia would be recognized as an “occupying state.”

“The UN resolution on the Crimea will be adopted for sure. In this document, Russia will be called a state that occupies Ukrainian territory,” said the President at the international economic forum “Innovations. Investments. Kharkiv Initiatives!”

Poroshenko also said that some countries assured him of solidarity with Kyiv during his participation in the UN General Assembly and meetings with world leaders.

  Ukraine, Russia, Poroshenko, UN

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