Zelenskyy requests urgent UN Security Council meeting to discuss Russias latest missile attack on Ukraine

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has instructed Ukraine’s permanent representative at the UN to request a Security Council meeting following Russia’s missile attack on Wednesday, 23 November.

Source: President Zelenskyy on Twitter

Quote: "I have instructed our Ambassador to the UN to request an urgent meeting of the UNSC following today’s Russian strikes.

Murdering civilians and destroying civilian infrastructure are acts of terror. Ukraine continues to demand a resolute response to these crimes from the international community."

Details: On 23 November, Russia carried out a large-scale missile attack on Ukraine’s critical infrastructure facilities using strategic aircraft and vessels from the Black Sea Fleet.

Ten Tu-95MS missile-carrying jets launched missiles from the Volgodonsk district of Rostov Oblast [Russia] and the Caspian Sea, as well as from two small missile-carrying boats from the Black Sea.

Ukraine’s Air Force has reported that Russia launched a total of around 70 Kh-101/Kh-555 and Kalibr cruise missiles on 23 November.

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