State Department Home Search Home … Secretary Antony J. Blinken at the United Nations Security Council Ministerial Meeting on Ukrainian Sovereignty and Russian Accountability Secretary Antony J. Blinken at the United Nations Security Council Ministerial Meeting on Ukrainian Sovereignty and Russian Accountability REMARKS ANTONY J. BLINKEN, SECRETARY OF STATE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS NEW YORK, NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 Play Video SECRETARY BLINKEN: (Via interpreter) Thank you very much, Madam President, for having brought this council together at this very grave moment of the crisis of the war of Russia on Ukraine. (In English) Mr. Secretary General, thank you for your determination and the moral clarity that you’ve brought to ending this brutal war and defending the UN’s core principles, and also for your personal engagement in securing the vital Black Sea route for grain to flow once again from Ukraine. Mr. Khan, we’re grateful for the efforts of the Office of the Prosecutor to investigate objectively and professionally the atrocities being committed in Ukraine by Russian forces, and for its support for – and coordination with – Ukrainian investigators and prosecutors. We hear a lot about the divisions among countries at the United Nations. But recently, what is striking is the remarkable unity among member-states when it comes to Russia’s war on Ukraine. Leaders from countries developing and developed, big and small, north and south have spoken in the General Assembly about the consequences of this war and the need to end it. And they’ve called on all of us to reaffirm our commitment to the UN Charter and its core principles, including sovereignty, territorial integrity, human rights. Even a number of nations that maintain close ties with Moscow have said publicly that they have serious questions and concerns about President Putin’s ongoing invasion. Rather than change course, however, President Putin has doubled down – choosing not to end the war but to expand it; not to pull troops back but to call 300,000 additional troops up; not to ease tensions but to escalate them through the threat of nuclear weapons; not to work toward a diplomatic solution but to render such a solution impossible by seeking to annex more Ukrainian territory through sham referenda. That President Putin picked this week, as most of the world gathers at the United Nations, to add fuel to the fire that he started, shows his utter contempt for the UN Charter, for the General Assembly, and for this council. The very international order that we have gathered here to uphold is being shredded before our eyes. We cannot – we will not – allow President Putin to get away with it. Defending Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity is about much more than standing up for one nation’s right to choose its own path, fundamental as that right is. It’s also about protecting an international order where no nation can redraw the borders of another by force. If we fail to defend this principle when the Kremlin is so flagrantly violating it, we send a message to aggressors everywhere that they can ignore it, too. We put every country at risk. We open the door to a less secure, a less peaceful world. We see what that world looks like in the parts of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces. Wherever the Russian tide recedes, we discover the horror that’s left in its wake. I had a window into that horror myself when I traveled to Irpin just a few weeks ago to meet with the Ukrainian investigators who are compiling evidence of war crimes committed there. I saw up close the gaping holes left in residential buildings by Russian shelling – indiscriminate at best, intentional at worst. As we assemble here, Ukrainian and international investigators continue to exhume bodies outside of Izyum, a city Russian forces controlled for six months before they were driven out by a Ukrainian counteroffensive. One site contains some 440 unmarked graves. A number of the bodies unearthed there so far reportedly show signs of torture, including one victim with broken arms and a rope around his neck. Survivors’ accounts are also emerging, including a man who described being tortured by Russian forces for a dozen days, during which his interrogators repeatedly electrocuted him and, in his words, and I quote, “beat me to the point where I didn’t feel anything,” end quote. These are not the acts of rogue units. They fit a clear pattern across the territory controlled by Russian forces. This is one of the many reasons that we support a range of national and international efforts to collect and examine the mounting evidence of war crimes in Ukraine. We must hold the perpetrators accountable for these crimes. It’s also one of the reasons why more than 40 nations have come together to help the Ukrainian people defend themselves, a right that is enshrined in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter. The more setbacks Russian forces endure on the battlefield, the greater the pain they are inflicting on Ukrainian civilians. Russian attacks on dams, on bridges, on power stations, on hospitals, on other civilian infrastructure are increasing, constituting a brazen violation of international humanitarian law. This week, President Putin said that Russia would not hesitate to use, and I quote, “all weapons systems available,” end quote, in response to a threat to its territorial integrity, a threat that is all the more menacing given Russia’s intention to annex large swaths of Ukraine in the days ahead. When that’s complete, we can expect President Putin will claim any Ukrainian effort to liberate this land as an attack on so-called “Russian territory.” This from a country that in January of this year, in this place, joined other permanent members of the Security Council in signing a statement affirming that, and I quote, “nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought.” Yet another example of how Russia violates the commitments it’s made before this body, and yet another reason why nobody should take Russia at its word today. Every council member should send a clear message that these reckless nuclear threats must stop immediately. Russia’s effort to annex more Ukrainian territory is another dangerous escalation, as well as a repudiation of diplomacy. It is even more alarming when coupled with the filtration operation that Russian forces have been carrying out across parts of Ukraine that they control. Now, this is a diabolical strategy, violently uprooting thousands of Ukrainians, bus in Russians to replace them, call a vote, manipulate the results to show near unanimous support for joining the Russian Federation. This is right out of the Crimea playbook. As with Crimea, it’s imperative that every member of this council, and for that matter, every member of the United Nations reject the sham referenda and unequivocally declare that all Ukrainian territory is and will remain part of Ukraine, and no Russian claim to annex territory can take away Ukraine’s right to defend its own land. Putin’s invasion is also distracting this council – in fact, the entire UN system – from working on the serious issues that we all want to focus on. Like preventing a climate catastrophe, aiding tens of millions of people on the brink of famine, fulfilling the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, shoring up our interconnected health security – all issues that make a tangible difference in the lives of the citizens that we are here to represent, and that they are looking to us – looking to us to deliver on. The overwhelming majority of UN member-states are committed to working together on these issues, and our actions show that. Yet while more than a hundred countries have signed on to a roadmap to provide food aid to those who need it, and partners across Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe are working together to increase the resilience of global food systems, Russia for months blocked the export of Ukrainian grain to the world, until the United Nations and Turkey secured a deal to let the grain go. And Russia continues to bomb and seize Ukrainian farms and silos, line its wheat fields with landmines, raising the cost of food for people everywhere. And while governments around the world are teaming up with international organizations, with the private sector, with philanthropies to end this pandemic and make sure that we’re better prepared for the next one, Russia is spreading misinformation and disinformation about WHO-approved vaccines – fueling vaccine hesitancy that puts people in all our countries at greater risk. Here is the reality: None of us chose this war. Not the Ukrainians, who knew the crushing toll it would take. Not the United States, which warned that it was coming and worked to prevent it. Not the vast majority of countries at the United Nations. And neither did our people, or the people of virtually every UN member-state, who are feeling the war’s consequences in greater food insecurity and higher energy prices. Nor did the Russian mothers and fathers whose children are being sent off to fight and die in this war, or the Russian citizens who continue to risk their freedom to protest against it, including those who came out into the streets of Moscow after President Putin announced his mobilization to chant, “Let our children live!” Indeed, it must be asked: How has this aggression against Ukraine by President Putin improved the lives or prospects of a single Russian citizen? One man chose this war. One man can end it. Because if Russia stops fighting, the war ends. If Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine ends. That’s why we will continue to support Ukraine as it defends itself, and strengthen its hand to achieve a diplomatic solution on just terms at a negotiating table. As President Zelenskyy has said repeatedly, diplomacy is the only way to end this war. But diplomacy cannot and must not be used as a cudgel to impose on Ukraine a settlement that cuts against the UN Charter, or rewards Russia for violating it. President Putin is making his choice. Now it’s up to all of our countries to make ours. Tell President 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. Tell him to stop debasing this council and everything it stands for. “We the people[s] of the United Nations determined…” That is how the preamble of the UN Charter starts. Let’s not forget that “we the peoples” still get to choose the fate of this institution and our world. The stakes are clear. The choice is ours. Let’s make the right choice for the world that we want and that our people so desperately deserve. Thank you.美国🇺🇸 布林肯国务卿在安理会关于乌克兰主权以及追究俄罗斯责任的部长级会议上的讲话 2022年9月22日 联合国总部 纽约州纽约市 #布林肯国务卿#:(通过翻译)主席女士,非常感谢您在俄罗斯对乌克兰发动战争造成危机的极其紧要时刻,把安理会召集在一起。 (使用英文)秘书长先生,感谢您为结束这场残酷的战争及捍卫联合国的核心原则所展示的坚定的决心和明确的道义,也感谢您亲自参与确保重要的黑海航线畅通,让粮食再次从乌克兰运出。 汗先生(Mr. Khan),我们感谢检察官办公室(Office of the Prosecutor)努力客观、专业地调查俄罗斯军队在乌克兰所犯下的暴行,以及对乌克兰调查人员和检察官的支持和与他们的协调。 我们经常听到各国在联合国存在分歧。 然而,最近引人注目的是,当涉及到俄罗斯对乌克兰的战争时,成员国之间明显一致。无论发展中国家还是发达国家、无论大国还是小国、无论全球南北的领导人在大会上都谈及这场战争的后果和结束战争的必要性。 他们呼吁所有成员国重申对《联合国宪章》(UN Charter)及其包括主权、领土完整和人权在内的核心原则的承诺。 甚至一些与莫斯科关系密切的国家也公开表示,他们对普京总统正在进行的侵略战争有严重的疑问和担忧。 然而,普京总统没有改弦易辙,而是变本加厉——不是选择结束战争——而是选择扩大战争;不是选择撤军,而是选择增兵30万;不是选择缓解紧张局势,而是选择利用核武器威胁使战争升级;不是选择通过外交解决纠纷,而是选择通过假公投妄图吞并更多乌克兰领土,使外交解决无法实现。 普京总统选择在本周——世界上大多数国家在联合国集会之时——为其点燃的大火火上浇油,这表明他完全蔑视《联合国宪章》、联合国大会和本理事会。 我们聚集在这里所维护的国际秩序正在我们眼前被撕碎。 我们不能——我们不会——允许普京总统逍遥法外。 捍卫乌克兰的主权和领土完整,不仅仅是为了维护一个国家拥有选择自己道路的权利——尽管这种权利很重要,同时也是为了维护一项国际秩序,在这个秩序中,没有任何一个国家可以使用武力重新划定另一个国家的边界。 如果在克里姆林宫如此公然违反这一原则之时我们未能捍卫它,就会让各地的侵略者以为他们也可无视这一原则。这将把每个国家都置于危险之中。这将打开通往不那么安全、不那么和平的世界的大门。 在俄罗斯军队控制的乌克兰地区,我们看到了这个世界的真实模样。 无论俄罗斯的势力从哪里退却,我们都会发现它所留下的恐怖。 就在几周之前,我去伊尔平(Irpin)与乌克兰调查人员会面,他们正在收集整理俄罗斯在当地所犯的战争罪行证据,我本人就有机会目睹了这种恐怖。 我近距离看到了俄罗斯炮击在居民楼里留下的大洞——轻则是狂轰滥炸,重则是蓄意屠杀。 当我们在这里集会之际,乌克兰和国际调查人员继续在伊久姆(Izyum)城外挖掘尸体,在乌克兰反击战把俄罗斯军队赶出之前,俄罗斯军队占领控制了这座城市长达六个月。 其中一个万人坑有大约440个无标记的坟墓。 据报道,到目前为止,在那里挖出的一些尸体均有遭受酷刑折磨的痕迹,包括一名手臂骨折、脖子上套有绳子的受害者。 幸存者的描述也正在出现,其中一个男子说,他遭受了俄罗斯军队十二天的酷刑,审讯他的那些人反复对他施电刑,用他的话说,我引用原话:“打得我完全失去了知觉”。 这些不是流氓恶棍团体之所为。它们符合在俄罗斯军队控制区各地的一个清楚模式。 这是让我们支持广泛的国家和国际努力,收集和审视在乌克兰发生战争罪行的越来越多证据的众多原因之一。我们必须将这些犯罪者绳之以法。 这也是40多个国家联合帮助乌克兰人民进行自卫的原因之一,自卫是一项被纳入《联合国宪章》第51条的权利。 俄罗斯军队在战场上越遭挫折,他们给乌克兰老百姓制造的痛苦就更大。俄罗斯对水坝、桥梁、电厂、医院和其他民用基础设施的攻击正在加剧,这是明目张胆地践踏国际人道主义法。 本星期,普京总统说俄罗斯会毫不犹豫地使用——我引述原话——“所有可用的武器系统”,以此作为对其领土完整的威胁的回应,鉴于俄罗斯企图在接下来的日子里吞并乌克兰大片领土,他的这一威胁格外凶恶。一旦完成吞并,我们可以预见普京总统会把乌克兰人解放这块土地的任何努力称为对所谓“俄罗斯领土”的攻击。 这是来自一个在今年一月,在这个地方,与安理会其他常任理事国一道签署声明,申明——我引用原句——“核战争不可能打赢,也绝不能打”的国家。这是俄罗斯违背其对本机构的承诺的又一实例,也是为什么今天任何人都不应相信俄罗斯的言辞的又一个原因。 每一位安理会成员都应发出明确信息,要求必须立即停止这些肆无忌惮的核威胁。 俄罗斯力图吞并更多乌克兰领土是又一个危险的升级,也是对外交的拒绝。 连同俄罗斯军队在其控制的乌克兰地区一直开展的过滤行动,这一点就更加令人警觉。这是一项恶毒的战略,用暴力迫使成千上万乌克兰人离开家园、将俄罗斯人运到那里取代他们、召集举行投票、操纵投票结果,以显示对加入俄罗斯联邦有近乎一致的支持。这完全是在克里米亚玩弄的伎俩。 如同克里米亚的情况一样,本安理会的每一个成员,以及联合国的每一个成员,必须否认这些伪公投,毫不含糊地宣布乌克兰的所有领土是而且将继续是乌克兰的一部分,俄罗斯对吞并领土的任何宣称都不能夺走乌克兰捍卫自身领土的权利。 普京的侵略行动也在使本安理会——实际上是整个联合国系统——无法专注解决我们所有人想努力解决的严重问题。例如防止气候灾难,援助濒临饥荒的千百万人,履行《2030年可持续发展议程》(2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development),加强我们相互关联的健康安全——所有这些问题都会对我们今天在这里所代表的公民的生命产生实际影响,他们在期望我们——期望我们就这些拿出行动。 联合国绝大多成员国都致力于针对这些问题共同努力,我们的行动表明了这一点。 然而,虽然100多个国家加入了旨在向有需要的人提供粮食援助的路线图,非洲、亚洲、美洲和欧洲各地的合作伙伴也正在一道努力提高全球粮食系统的弹力,但俄罗斯在几个月里封锁了乌克兰向世界的粮食出口,直至联合国与土耳其帮助达成协议才使粮食得到放行。俄罗斯继续轰炸和夺取乌克兰的农场和粮仓,在麦田中布雷,使所有地方的人都经受粮食价格上涨。 在世界各国政府正在与国际组织、私营部门和慈善机构合作以结束这场疫情并确保我们为下一次疫情做好更充分的准备之时,俄罗斯却在散布有关世卫组织批准的疫苗的错误信息和虚假信息——助长对疫苗犹豫不决的态度,让我们所有国家的人民都面临更大的风险。 现实情况是:我们没有人选择这场战争。不是乌克兰人,他们知道这会造成巨大的损失。不是美国,美国警示过它的发生并曾努力阻止它。不是联合国的绝大多数国家。 也不是我们的人民,或者几乎每个联合国成员国的人民,他们正感受到战争加剧粮食不安全及能源价格上涨的后果。 亦不是那些子女被送上战场并在这场战争中丧生的俄罗斯的父母们,不是继续冒着失去人身自由的风险抗议这场战争的俄罗斯公民,包括那些在普京总统宣布他的动员行动后走上莫斯科街头的人们,他们高呼:“让我们的孩子们活下去!” 事实上,必须要问一问:普京总统对乌克兰的侵略是怎么改善了哪怕一个俄罗斯公民的生活或前景的? 一个人选择发动这场战争。一个人也可以结束它。 因为如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。如果乌克兰停止战斗,乌克兰就会终结。 这就是为什么我们将继续支持乌克兰进行自卫,并加强其实力,在谈判桌上以公正的条件达成外交解决方案。正如泽连斯基总统所重申的,外交是结束这场战争的唯一途径。但外交不能也绝不应被用作棍棒,向乌克兰强加一项违反《联合国宪章》的解决方案,或奖赏俄罗斯违反宪章。 普京总统正在做出他的选择。现在是由我们所有国家做出我们的选择的时候了。 告诉普京总统停止他引发的恐怖。告诉他不要将他自己的利益置于世界其他人的利益之上,其中包括他本国的人民。告诉他停止贬低这个理事会及其代表的一切。 《联合国宪章》的序言以“我联合国人民同兹决心……”开始。我们不要忘记“我联合国人民”仍然可以选择这个机构和我们这个世界的命运。利害关系清楚明确。选择权在我们。让我们为我们所向往的世界以及我们的人民如此迫切地理应享有的世界做出正确的选择。谢谢你们。 欲查看原稿内容:http://t.cn/A6SDSGKN 本译文仅供参考,只有英文原稿才可以被视为权威资料来源。 http://t.cn/A6SDSGKp 普京拯救的不是俄羅斯,也不是頓巴斯的居民,而是他本人(普京怕死、普京怕被國際審判、普京怕被處決)——普京政權企圖以數十萬俄羅斯人們和烏克蘭人們的生命為代價。 無論它目前如何佯裝若無其事。 核酸檢測運動 你為什麼不批判核酸檢測運動? 你為什麼不殺了白鬼子們? 你為什麼不殺了藍鬼子們? 你為什麼不質疑棉棒上的陰謀詭計? 我們還在被侮辱、被強制 核酸檢測中 你們的棉棒上什麼時候下毒? 打倒核酸檢測陰謀集團 消滅核酸檢測陰謀犯罪集團頭目們 殘酷的戰爭使得烏克蘭失去了很多很多非常寶貴的男性們,所以,陳斯紅建議烏克蘭立法機構與烏克蘭政府立法修改婚姻法: 提倡與動員多妻子們與一名丈夫(戰爭期間與戰爭後,男性們的精子資源彌足珍貴)同居、生育更多烏克蘭(孩子們)後代子孫們。 美利堅合眾國🇺🇸{ blonde billionaires empire Inc. }· 全球人道主義工作署 董事長 總經理 陳斯紅 美國🇺🇸{ blonde billionaires empire Inc. }· 世界人道主義工作署 董事長 總經理 陳斯紅 chensihong@protonmail.com chensihong19610507@protonmail.com Chen13621852461@163.com chensihong0507@icloud.com chensihong19610507@gmail.com 台灣 中華民國 世界陳氏宗親總會 榮譽理事 陳斯紅 谷歌翻譯成烏克蘭語 Sent from Proton Mail for iOS 於 週一, 9月 19, 2022 時間 21:08, 陈斯红 如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。但是,如果乌克兰🇺🇦停止战斗,乌克兰🇺🇦就会灭亡。因此, 美国🇺🇸将继续向乌克兰🇺🇦提供支持。 美国🇺🇸国务卿安东尼·布林肯在 9 月 22 日的联合国🇺🇳安理会会议上宣布了这一消息。 “如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。如果乌克兰🇺🇦停止战斗,乌克兰🇺🇦就会灭亡。这就是为什么我们将继续支持乌克兰🇺🇦的防御并加强其在谈判桌上以公平条件达成外交解决方案的立场,”布林肯说。 他补充说,正如乌克兰🇺🇦总统泽连斯基一再表示,外交是结束这场战争的唯一途径。 美国🇺🇸国务卿指出:“但是,外交不能、也不应该被当作压力,向乌克兰🇺🇦强加一项违反联合国宪章或奖励俄罗斯违反联合国🇺🇳宪章的解决方案。”

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Secretary Antony J. Blinken at the United Nations Security Council Ministerial Meeting on Ukrainian Sovereignty and Russian Accountability
Secretary Antony J. Blinken at the United Nations Security Council Ministerial Meeting on Ukrainian Sovereignty and Russian Accountability
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ANTONY J. BLINKEN, SECRETARY OF STATE
UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS

NEW YORK, NEW YORK

SEPTEMBER 22, 2022

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SECRETARY BLINKEN: (Via interpreter) Thank you very much, Madam President, for having brought this council together at this very grave moment of the crisis of the war of Russia on Ukraine.

(In English) Mr. Secretary General, thank you for your determination and the moral clarity that you’ve brought to ending this brutal war and defending the UN’s core principles, and also for your personal engagement in securing the vital Black Sea route for grain to flow once again from Ukraine.

Mr. Khan, we’re grateful for the efforts of the Office of the Prosecutor to investigate objectively and professionally the atrocities being committed in Ukraine by Russian forces, and for its support for – and coordination with – Ukrainian investigators and prosecutors.

We hear a lot about the divisions among countries at the United Nations. But recently, what is striking is the remarkable unity among member-states when it comes to Russia’s war on Ukraine. Leaders from countries developing and developed, big and small, north and south have spoken in the General Assembly about the consequences of this war and the need to end it. And they’ve called on all of us to reaffirm our commitment to the UN Charter and its core principles, including sovereignty, territorial integrity, human rights.

Even a number of nations that maintain close ties with Moscow have said publicly that they have serious questions and concerns about President Putin’s ongoing invasion.

Rather than change course, however, President Putin has doubled down – choosing not to end the war but to expand it; not to pull troops back but to call 300,000 additional troops up; not to ease tensions but to escalate them through the threat of nuclear weapons; not to work toward a diplomatic solution but to render such a solution impossible by seeking to annex more Ukrainian territory through sham referenda.

That President Putin picked this week, as most of the world gathers at the United Nations, to add fuel to the fire that he started, shows his utter contempt for the UN Charter, for the General Assembly, and for this council.

The very international order that we have gathered here to uphold is being shredded before our eyes. We cannot – we will not – allow President Putin to get away with it.

Defending Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity is about much more than standing up for one nation’s right to choose its own path, fundamental as that right is. It’s also about protecting an international order where no nation can redraw the borders of another by force.

If we fail to defend this principle when the Kremlin is so flagrantly violating it, we send a message to aggressors everywhere that they can ignore it, too. We put every country at risk. We open the door to a less secure, a less peaceful world.

We see what that world looks like in the parts of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces. Wherever the Russian tide recedes, we discover the horror that’s left in its wake.

I had a window into that horror myself when I traveled to Irpin just a few weeks ago to meet with the Ukrainian investigators who are compiling evidence of war crimes committed there. I saw up close the gaping holes left in residential buildings by Russian shelling – indiscriminate at best, intentional at worst.

As we assemble here, Ukrainian and international investigators continue to exhume bodies outside of Izyum, a city Russian forces controlled for six months before they were driven out by a Ukrainian counteroffensive. One site contains some 440 unmarked graves. A number of the bodies unearthed there so far reportedly show signs of torture, including one victim with broken arms and a rope around his neck.

Survivors’ accounts are also emerging, including a man who described being tortured by Russian forces for a dozen days, during which his interrogators repeatedly electrocuted him and, in his words, and I quote, “beat me to the point where I didn’t feel anything,” end quote.

These are not the acts of rogue units. They fit a clear pattern across the territory controlled by Russian forces.

This is one of the many reasons that we support a range of national and international efforts to collect and examine the mounting evidence of war crimes in Ukraine. We must hold the perpetrators accountable for these crimes.

It’s also one of the reasons why more than 40 nations have come together to help the Ukrainian people defend themselves, a right that is enshrined in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter.

The more setbacks Russian forces endure on the battlefield, the greater the pain they are inflicting on Ukrainian civilians. Russian attacks on dams, on bridges, on power stations, on hospitals, on other civilian infrastructure are increasing, constituting a brazen violation of international humanitarian law.

This week, President Putin said that Russia would not hesitate to use, and I quote, “all weapons systems available,” end quote, in response to a threat to its territorial integrity, a threat that is all the more menacing given Russia’s intention to annex large swaths of Ukraine in the days ahead. When that’s complete, we can expect President Putin will claim any Ukrainian effort to liberate this land as an attack on so-called “Russian territory.”

This from a country that in January of this year, in this place, joined other permanent members of the Security Council in signing a statement affirming that, and I quote, “nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought.” Yet another example of how Russia violates the commitments it’s made before this body, and yet another reason why nobody should take Russia at its word today.

Every council member should send a clear message that these reckless nuclear threats must stop immediately.

Russia’s effort to annex more Ukrainian territory is another dangerous escalation, as well as a repudiation of diplomacy.

It is even more alarming when coupled with the filtration operation that Russian forces have been carrying out across parts of Ukraine that they control. Now, this is a diabolical strategy, violently uprooting thousands of Ukrainians, bus in Russians to replace them, call a vote, manipulate the results to show near unanimous support for joining the Russian Federation. This is right out of the Crimea playbook.

As with Crimea, it’s imperative that every member of this council, and for that matter, every member of the United Nations reject the sham referenda and unequivocally declare that all Ukrainian territory is and will remain part of Ukraine, and no Russian claim to annex territory can take away Ukraine’s right to defend its own land.

Putin’s invasion is also distracting this council – in fact, the entire UN system – from working on the serious issues that we all want to focus on. Like preventing a climate catastrophe, aiding tens of millions of people on the brink of famine, fulfilling the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, shoring up our interconnected health security – all issues that make a tangible difference in the lives of the citizens that we are here to represent, and that they are looking to us – looking to us to deliver on.

The overwhelming majority of UN member-states are committed to working together on these issues, and our actions show that.

Yet while more than a hundred countries have signed on to a roadmap to provide food aid to those who need it, and partners across Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe are working together to increase the resilience of global food systems, Russia for months blocked the export of Ukrainian grain to the world, until the United Nations and Turkey secured a deal to let the grain go. And Russia continues to bomb and seize Ukrainian farms and silos, line its wheat fields with landmines, raising the cost of food for people everywhere.

And while governments around the world are teaming up with international organizations, with the private sector, with philanthropies to end this pandemic and make sure that we’re better prepared for the next one, Russia is spreading misinformation and disinformation about WHO-approved vaccines – fueling vaccine hesitancy that puts people in all our countries at greater risk.

Here is the reality: None of us chose this war. Not the Ukrainians, who knew the crushing toll it would take. Not the United States, which warned that it was coming and worked to prevent it. Not the vast majority of countries at the United Nations.

And neither did our people, or the people of virtually every UN member-state, who are feeling the war’s consequences in greater food insecurity and higher energy prices.

Nor did the Russian mothers and fathers whose children are being sent off to fight and die in this war, or the Russian citizens who continue to risk their freedom to protest against it, including those who came out into the streets of Moscow after President Putin announced his mobilization to chant, “Let our children live!”

Indeed, it must be asked: How has this aggression against Ukraine by President Putin improved the lives or prospects of a single Russian citizen?

One man chose this war. One man can end it.

Because if Russia stops fighting, the war ends. If Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine ends.

That’s why we will continue to support Ukraine as it defends itself, and strengthen its hand to achieve a diplomatic solution on just terms at a negotiating table. As President Zelenskyy has said repeatedly, diplomacy is the only way to end this war. But diplomacy cannot and must not be used as a cudgel to impose on Ukraine a settlement that cuts against the UN Charter, or rewards Russia for violating it.

President Putin is making his choice. Now it’s up to all of our countries to make ours.

Tell President 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. Tell him to stop debasing this council and everything it stands for.

“We the people[s] of the United Nations determined…” That is how the preamble of the UN Charter starts. Let’s not forget that “we the peoples” still get to choose the fate of this institution and our world. The stakes are clear. The choice is ours. Let’s make the right choice for the world that we want and that our people so desperately deserve. Thank you.

美国🇺🇸 布林肯国务卿在安理会关于乌克兰主权以及追究俄罗斯责任的部长级会议上的讲话

2022年9月22日
联合国总部
纽约州纽约市

#布林肯国务卿#:(通过翻译)主席女士,非常感谢您在俄罗斯对乌克兰发动战争造成危机的极其紧要时刻,把安理会召集在一起。

(使用英文)秘书长先生,感谢您为结束这场残酷的战争及捍卫联合国的核心原则所展示的坚定的决心和明确的道义,也感谢您亲自参与确保重要的黑海航线畅通,让粮食再次从乌克兰运出。

汗先生(Mr. Khan),我们感谢检察官办公室(Office of the Prosecutor)努力客观、专业地调查俄罗斯军队在乌克兰所犯下的暴行,以及对乌克兰调查人员和检察官的支持和与他们的协调。

我们经常听到各国在联合国存在分歧。 然而,最近引人注目的是,当涉及到俄罗斯对乌克兰的战争时,成员国之间明显一致。无论发展中国家还是发达国家、无论大国还是小国、无论全球南北的领导人在大会上都谈及这场战争的后果和结束战争的必要性。 他们呼吁所有成员国重申对《联合国宪章》(UN Charter)及其包括主权、领土完整和人权在内的核心原则的承诺。

甚至一些与莫斯科关系密切的国家也公开表示,他们对普京总统正在进行的侵略战争有严重的疑问和担忧。

然而,普京总统没有改弦易辙,而是变本加厉——不是选择结束战争——而是选择扩大战争;不是选择撤军,而是选择增兵30万;不是选择缓解紧张局势,而是选择利用核武器威胁使战争升级;不是选择通过外交解决纠纷,而是选择通过假公投妄图吞并更多乌克兰领土,使外交解决无法实现。

普京总统选择在本周——世界上大多数国家在联合国集会之时——为其点燃的大火火上浇油,这表明他完全蔑视《联合国宪章》、联合国大会和本理事会。

我们聚集在这里所维护的国际秩序正在我们眼前被撕碎。 我们不能——我们不会——允许普京总统逍遥法外。

捍卫乌克兰的主权和领土完整,不仅仅是为了维护一个国家拥有选择自己道路的权利——尽管这种权利很重要,同时也是为了维护一项国际秩序,在这个秩序中,没有任何一个国家可以使用武力重新划定另一个国家的边界。

如果在克里姆林宫如此公然违反这一原则之时我们未能捍卫它,就会让各地的侵略者以为他们也可无视这一原则。这将把每个国家都置于危险之中。这将打开通往不那么安全、不那么和平的世界的大门。

在俄罗斯军队控制的乌克兰地区,我们看到了这个世界的真实模样。 无论俄罗斯的势力从哪里退却,我们都会发现它所留下的恐怖。

就在几周之前,我去伊尔平(Irpin)与乌克兰调查人员会面,他们正在收集整理俄罗斯在当地所犯的战争罪行证据,我本人就有机会目睹了这种恐怖。 我近距离看到了俄罗斯炮击在居民楼里留下的大洞——轻则是狂轰滥炸,重则是蓄意屠杀。

当我们在这里集会之际,乌克兰和国际调查人员继续在伊久姆(Izyum)城外挖掘尸体,在乌克兰反击战把俄罗斯军队赶出之前,俄罗斯军队占领控制了这座城市长达六个月。 其中一个万人坑有大约440个无标记的坟墓。 据报道,到目前为止,在那里挖出的一些尸体均有遭受酷刑折磨的痕迹,包括一名手臂骨折、脖子上套有绳子的受害者。

幸存者的描述也正在出现,其中一个男子说,他遭受了俄罗斯军队十二天的酷刑,审讯他的那些人反复对他施电刑,用他的话说,我引用原话:“打得我完全失去了知觉”。

这些不是流氓恶棍团体之所为。它们符合在俄罗斯军队控制区各地的一个清楚模式。

这是让我们支持广泛的国家和国际努力,收集和审视在乌克兰发生战争罪行的越来越多证据的众多原因之一。我们必须将这些犯罪者绳之以法。

这也是40多个国家联合帮助乌克兰人民进行自卫的原因之一,自卫是一项被纳入《联合国宪章》第51条的权利。

俄罗斯军队在战场上越遭挫折,他们给乌克兰老百姓制造的痛苦就更大。俄罗斯对水坝、桥梁、电厂、医院和其他民用基础设施的攻击正在加剧,这是明目张胆地践踏国际人道主义法。

本星期,普京总统说俄罗斯会毫不犹豫地使用——我引述原话——“所有可用的武器系统”,以此作为对其领土完整的威胁的回应,鉴于俄罗斯企图在接下来的日子里吞并乌克兰大片领土,他的这一威胁格外凶恶。一旦完成吞并,我们可以预见普京总统会把乌克兰人解放这块土地的任何努力称为对所谓“俄罗斯领土”的攻击。

这是来自一个在今年一月,在这个地方,与安理会其他常任理事国一道签署声明,申明——我引用原句——“核战争不可能打赢,也绝不能打”的国家。这是俄罗斯违背其对本机构的承诺的又一实例,也是为什么今天任何人都不应相信俄罗斯的言辞的又一个原因。

每一位安理会成员都应发出明确信息,要求必须立即停止这些肆无忌惮的核威胁。

俄罗斯力图吞并更多乌克兰领土是又一个危险的升级,也是对外交的拒绝。

连同俄罗斯军队在其控制的乌克兰地区一直开展的过滤行动,这一点就更加令人警觉。这是一项恶毒的战略,用暴力迫使成千上万乌克兰人离开家园、将俄罗斯人运到那里取代他们、召集举行投票、操纵投票结果,以显示对加入俄罗斯联邦有近乎一致的支持。这完全是在克里米亚玩弄的伎俩。

如同克里米亚的情况一样,本安理会的每一个成员,以及联合国的每一个成员,必须否认这些伪公投,毫不含糊地宣布乌克兰的所有领土是而且将继续是乌克兰的一部分,俄罗斯对吞并领土的任何宣称都不能夺走乌克兰捍卫自身领土的权利。

普京的侵略行动也在使本安理会——实际上是整个联合国系统——无法专注解决我们所有人想努力解决的严重问题。例如防止气候灾难,援助濒临饥荒的千百万人,履行《2030年可持续发展议程》(2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development),加强我们相互关联的健康安全——所有这些问题都会对我们今天在这里所代表的公民的生命产生实际影响,他们在期望我们——期望我们就这些拿出行动。

联合国绝大多成员国都致力于针对这些问题共同努力,我们的行动表明了这一点。

然而,虽然100多个国家加入了旨在向有需要的人提供粮食援助的路线图,非洲、亚洲、美洲和欧洲各地的合作伙伴也正在一道努力提高全球粮食系统的弹力,但俄罗斯在几个月里封锁了乌克兰向世界的粮食出口,直至联合国与土耳其帮助达成协议才使粮食得到放行。俄罗斯继续轰炸和夺取乌克兰的农场和粮仓,在麦田中布雷,使所有地方的人都经受粮食价格上涨。

在世界各国政府正在与国际组织、私营部门和慈善机构合作以结束这场疫情并确保我们为下一次疫情做好更充分的准备之时,俄罗斯却在散布有关世卫组织批准的疫苗的错误信息和虚假信息——助长对疫苗犹豫不决的态度,让我们所有国家的人民都面临更大的风险。

现实情况是:我们没有人选择这场战争。不是乌克兰人,他们知道这会造成巨大的损失。不是美国,美国警示过它的发生并曾努力阻止它。不是联合国的绝大多数国家。

也不是我们的人民,或者几乎每个联合国成员国的人民,他们正感受到战争加剧粮食不安全及能源价格上涨的后果。

亦不是那些子女被送上战场并在这场战争中丧生的俄罗斯的父母们,不是继续冒着失去人身自由的风险抗议这场战争的俄罗斯公民,包括那些在普京总统宣布他的动员行动后走上莫斯科街头的人们,他们高呼:“让我们的孩子们活下去!”

事实上,必须要问一问:普京总统对乌克兰的侵略是怎么改善了哪怕一个俄罗斯公民的生活或前景的?

一个人选择发动这场战争。一个人也可以结束它。

因为如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。如果乌克兰停止战斗,乌克兰就会终结。

这就是为什么我们将继续支持乌克兰进行自卫,并加强其实力,在谈判桌上以公正的条件达成外交解决方案。正如泽连斯基总统所重申的,外交是结束这场战争的唯一途径。但外交不能也绝不应被用作棍棒,向乌克兰强加一项违反《联合国宪章》的解决方案,或奖赏俄罗斯违反宪章。

普京总统正在做出他的选择。现在是由我们所有国家做出我们的选择的时候了。

告诉普京总统停止他引发的恐怖。告诉他不要将他自己的利益置于世界其他人的利益之上,其中包括他本国的人民。告诉他停止贬低这个理事会及其代表的一切。

《联合国宪章》的序言以“我联合国人民同兹决心……”开始。我们不要忘记“我联合国人民”仍然可以选择这个机构和我们这个世界的命运。利害关系清楚明确。选择权在我们。让我们为我们所向往的世界以及我们的人民如此迫切地理应享有的世界做出正确的选择。谢谢你们。

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於 週一, 9月 19, 2022 時間 21:08, 陈斯红

如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。但是,如果乌克兰🇺🇦停止战斗,乌克兰🇺🇦就会灭亡。因此, 美国🇺🇸将继续向乌克兰🇺🇦提供支持。
美国🇺🇸国务卿安东尼·布林肯在 9 月 22 日的联合国🇺🇳安理会会议上宣布了这一消息。
“如果俄罗斯停止战斗,战争就会结束。如果乌克兰🇺🇦停止战斗,乌克兰🇺🇦就会灭亡。这就是为什么我们将继续支持乌克兰🇺🇦的防御并加强其在谈判桌上以公平条件达成外交解决方案的立场,”布林肯说。
他补充说,正如乌克兰🇺🇦总统泽连斯基一再表示,外交是结束这场战争的唯一途径。
美国🇺🇸国务卿指出:“但是,外交不能、也不应该被当作压力,向乌克兰🇺🇦强加一项违反联合国宪章或奖励俄罗斯违反联合国🇺🇳宪章的解决方案。”

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