April 2023: Sloviansk – 15 civilians killed, including a two-year-old boy; Uman – 22 killed, 5 kids; Kostiantynivka – 6 killed; Dnipro – 2 killed, a mother and a three-year-old girl. These people’s lives were cut short by Russian artillery and missile strikes at a time when Russia was not only waging a full-scale war against Ukraine but also heading the world’s key security institution – the UN Security Council.
On March 14 in the Ukraine Crisis Media Center the press briefing “Presidency of the United Nations Security Council or exclusion from the organization: what is next for russia?” took place. Speakers at the event were public and political figures from Ukraine, Sweden, the Czech Republic, and Australia.
On February 22, before the special session of the UN General Assembly regarding Ukraine, a demonstration was held near the Parliament of Norway in Oslo, at which the Chairman of the Ukrainian Center for Security and Cooperation made an appeal.