West should call on Putin to stop 'the horror he started' - Blinken

09:57 23 September Kyiv, Ukraine

The Russian Federation is destroying "the very international order" for which the UN Security Council is working to maintain.

 
CNN writes about this with reference to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.

He stressed that the announced mobilization in the Russian Federation and fake "referendums" in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine are contempt for the United Nations.
 
"The world cannot let President Vladimir Putin get away with this.. What Putin has chosen this week, when most of the world is gathering at the United Nations to add fuel to the fire he has ignited, shows his utter contempt for the UN Charter, the UN General Assembly and this Council," US Secretary of State Anthony said. Blinken.
 
According to him, the collective West should call on Putin to stop "the horror that he started."
 
"Tell him to stop putting his interests above the interests of the rest of the world, including his own people," the politician said.
 
At the same time, he recalled that "wherever the Russian wave receded, they found the horror left after it - Bucha, Irpen, Izyum."

Blinken also pointed to the impact of the war on global food security and criticized Russian misinformation about the efficacy of WHO-approved vaccines.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that in planning a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to succeed in several areas at once, but it is now clear that he "lost every bet he made."