At the same time, the Ukrainian Prime Minister at the plenary session criticized the uneven distribution of coronavirus vaccines.
The United Nations reminds us of a “retired superhero” who has forgotten his abilities. This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a general debate at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Associated Press reported this on Thursday.
“The United Nations is like a retired superhero who considers himself a weak, fragile and useless old man whose life has gone in vain … (for this reason we have to be critical) to show that we are determined to make every effort to strengthen our cohesion,” Zelensky said.
At the same time, the Ukrainian Prime Minister at the plenary session criticized the uneven distribution of coronavirus vaccines. And his country lags behind in the number of vaccines given. According to Reuters, Ukraine has so far fully vaccinated less than 12 percent of the population.
“Sharing common goals is one thing, sharing vaccines is another. We are all on the same ship, but lifeboats get first-class passengers first,” Zelensky said.
The President also focused at the beginning of his speech on the shooting of the car of his adviser, Serhii Shafer. He said he didn’t sleep all night because of the accident. A senior official in Ukraine promised a “strong response” in response. Ukrainian police announced, on Wednesday, that the attempted murder was apparently politically motivated.
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