Sep 17, 2008

UN Claims Georgia Violated UN Charter


FINALLY! Thank you!

RussiaToday: Georgia commited an act of aggression and violated the UN charter by invading South Ossetia, the incoming President of the UN General Assembly said at the opening of its 63rd session.

Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann, a former foreign minister of Nicaragua, pledged in his opening address to the session to dedicate his year as president to representing the interests of “the dispossessed of the world” and fostering solidarity between peoples and member states. Said Brockmann:

"Georgia was the one who invaded Ossetia. Look at the situation, look at how the whole thing began. I think that Georgia did commit agression against South Ossetia."

3 comments:

Pirates(and)Diplomats said...

Admit it, you're addicted to RussiaToday. =)

Pirates(and)Diplomats said...

...however, I do wonder if Sr. D’Escoto Brockmann will extend his crusade and call for UN recognition of Taiwan.

Yeah, probably not.

Leopolis said...

...or Western Sahara.