In the UN General Assembly, Zelensky initiates the strengthening of sanctions against Russia, Kornienko says
The head of the "Servant of the People" party, Oleksandr Kornienko, announced the agenda of the visit of the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, to the UN General Assembly, which will take place on September 14 in New York. Zelensky will continue with the initiatives he has already voiced. First of all, it is the Crimean Platform.
Kornienko reported about it, "Economic News" informs.
"The UN General Assembly is a very serious platform where the president will continue with the initiatives he has already voiced. It is primarily the Crimean Platform. Now we see an aggressive reaction to this initiative from Russia. And it is a landmark. Because immediately after returning after the Crimean Platform, Nariman Dzhelal, deputy head of the Crimean Tatar People's Mejlis, was arrested", - he said.
According to him, the President of Ukraine will address issues of cooperation between the United States and Ukraine in the military and economic spheres, and the settlement of the conflict in Donbas, he will involve Western partners in ending the war in eastern Ukraine, in particular by strengthening sanctions against the aggressor country.
What is known
- On September 3 and 4, the FSB detained five Crimean Tatars in Simferopol and Yevpatoria: business person Eldar Adamanov, cousins Aziz and Asan Akhtemov, Shevket Useinov, and deputy head of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatars Nariman Dzhelal, on suspicion of blowing up a gas pipeline in the village of Perevalne.
- On September 6, the occupation "court" arrested the detained Crimean Tatars.
- The Crimean Platform was the cause of searches and detentions of Crimean Tatars - Chubarov.
- The Ukrainian delegation to the UN calls on the international community to take action to detain and further arrest five Crimean Tatars in occupied Crimea: Nariman Dzhelal, Deputy head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, Aziz, Asan, Eskender, and Arsen Akhtemov.
- The arrest of Nariman Dzhelal, the deputy head of the Crimean Tatar People's Mejlis, and four other activists in occupied Crimea, is the Kremlin's political revenge for the Crimean Platform.