No trust to Russia in the world: UN Official: Security Council's permanent members must be limited in using veto power
Politics18:51 Oct. 5, 2016
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UN Official: Security Council's permanent members must be limited in using veto power

Russia is not a trustworthy partner on Syria anymore

Kremlin has exhausted all trust about the Syrian question given by the world community, that's why Washington is ready to impose further sanctions. It's an American response to Russia's intentions to target the US airplanes over Syria and a Russian deployment of the anti-missile system "Antey-2500".

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The UK calls for punishing Moscow by boycotting the 2018 football World Cup in Russia for its bloodshed in Syria.

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein claims the Security Council should limit the veto vote in case of war crimes or crimes against humanity happening. The reason for it has become clear, the Russian bombardment of civilians in Syria. However, Russia quickly denied the proposal.

Read also: US suspends contacts with Russia on Syria

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