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India gave a blow to Russia, Ukraine was happy; Voted against the resolution in UNGA

Russia has called for a secret ballot at the United Nations on a draft resolution to condemn the “illegal” occupation of Ukraine’s four territories. However, India has voted to reject this demand, giving a blow to Russia. More than 100 countries including India have supported public voting. The resolution was introduced by Albania on Monday in the 193-member United Nations General Assembly, for which voting took place. Albania’s draft will condemn Russia’s so-called illegal occupation and referendum on the Donetsk, Kherson, Luhansk and Zaporizhzhya regions.

Russia demanded that the resolution be voted on by secret ballot. Russia’s demand for a secret ballot was rejected after 107 UN member states, including India, voted in favor of a record vote. Only 13 countries voted in favor of Russia’s call for a secret ballot. At the same time, 39 countries did not participate in this voting.

Russia appealed against the decision of the President of the General Assembly after a proposal to hold a record vote was accepted. Russia’s appeal saw a record vote and India was among 100 countries that voted against the challenge made by Moscow. Russia then demanded a reconsideration of Albania’s decision to adopt the motion submitted for a recorded vote. The General Assembly decided not to reconsider the resolution after 104 countries, including India, voted against such reconsideration.

India skipped the vote last month amid ongoing Russia-Ukraine tensions, while Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that the US and Albania called to condemn Moscow’s “illegal referendum”. was presented for.

United Nations General Assembly Speaker Saba Korosi re-convened an emergency special session on Ukraine. Condemned at the Assembly and in an emergency special session to condemn Russia as a clear violation of the United Nations Charter and the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity. The draft resolution would reiterate demands that Russia withdraw its forces from Ukraine and from the war-torn country’s internationally recognized borders and end its unprovoked war of aggression against Ukraine.