WATCH: Foreign Ministers at UN Council on Ukraine

Foreign ministers from several of the 15 Security Council nations spoke Friday on the situation in Ukraine a year after Russia’s intervention. Watch the replay here.

Among the foreign ministers will be Annalena Baerbock of Germany and Antony Blinken of the United States. Watch them here beginning at the 22 minute mark:  



16 comments for “WATCH: Foreign Ministers at UN Council on Ukraine

  1. LeoSun
    February 26, 2023 at 11:58

    TY, CN, for the keeping us in the loop!!! Follows, the transcript: “IT’S THE KREMLIN’S HAND @ WORK!!!” Nation after Nation, “Repeats The Line.”

    Awh, “The Fog of War:”

    1). The Agenda, “Maintenance of Peace & $ecurity of Ukraine.” It’s better to be a positive critic than a big, fat Security Council of f/hypocrites!!!”

    2). “Using fear to unite, before being entirely embarrassed,” UKRAINE declares “RUSSIA is the problem of The World.” One Culture, One Country, One Man has “broke” UKRAINE. Ukraine kindly asks “to observe a minute of silence, in memory of the victims of the aggression.”

    AND, The RUSSIAN Federation CORRECTS the Record, “Mr. President, We are getting up on our feet to honor the memory of ALL victims of what’s happened since 2014. ALL of those who perished. ALL lives are priceless. AND, that’s why we are rising to honor the “Memory of Them, ALL.”

    AND, after some hesitation, the ENTIRE Security Council stood “united,” in memory of, honoring “ALL” the Victims.

    3). “Peace means justice. And, peace will be won on the battlefields and @ the negotiation tables,” declared the Man from UKRAINE.

    As for Blinken & Baerbock, fugg ‘em. “We” will listen to ‘em when they’re “On TRIAL” @ The Hague. And, everybody, knows, 1) CONGRESS needs to Join The International Criminal Court; AND, 2) Serve-Up, for indictment, prosecution, and incarceration the Killers, presently, living free, in gated communities, under 24/7 $ecurity, in the Divided $tates of Corporate America.

    Who says “we” don’t fund the police. “We” the Taxpayer$ FUND ALL of it!!! And, imo, collectively, say, “We are f/tapped out. F/the U.S./NATO vs. Russia War in Ukraine!” U.S./NATO puts the “FUN” in DYSFUNCTIONAL!!! Fugg ‘Em! Imo, U.S./NATO’S wars must be aborted!!! Ciao

  2. Cesmo
    February 25, 2023 at 15:57

    This is so extremely sad, what is this people talking about? I wonder really how we could change this, if it was, in any way, possible at all at this time or in the future. I wonder what is it for us in this mess, the europeans, how can we expect to have a somehow foreseeable future with these leaders. We have the worst thinkable demographic development, an incoming cultural/religious shock, we have war and conflict with our neighbors in the east and in the south, we can not trust the west, we have enormous galloping debt, we do not have energy sources, we have a decadent and externally dependent industry complex, we have cancel culture and woke, euro will soon be worth nothing. I do not know what’s coming, but I know we should get ready for the unwanted. I hate to believe that our lovely Europe is for a long time gone, even if “we” win.

  3. Robert Sinuhe
    February 25, 2023 at 13:39

    The Russian representative made a statement of honoring all casualties of the war starting 2014. And he had to prod some of the members to stand. Without acknowledging what had just been suggested, the Maltese president continued to talk of the brutal, unprovoked attack on Ukraine on the one year anniversary of the conflict. That should’ve been exasperating to the Russians and evidence that the only way out is to win the war and dictate conditions. Consequently, all that was said in this meeting, despite that the function of the UN is to limit war, was to promote its continuance.

    • Valerie
      February 26, 2023 at 08:40

      I was glad he did that. It’s enough he has to sit and listen to the drivel from those US sycophants.
      He seems to be the main Russian delegate at these “bun fights”, and he said one time, which made me LOL: “the west believe they are living in a wonderful garden, and the rest is just a jungle”.

  4. CaseyG
    February 25, 2023 at 13:15

    Joe Biden:

    Yes, I know you’ve been so awfully busy with trying to destroy Russia, but it’s so confusing when a person looks at the awful military history of Ukraine., and of the Middle East too. You know George Bush killed so many and for what reason? And now, Biden, you are helping Ukraine kill so many—-and it is so sad. Sad that while you get to play war monger, millions in America are homeless, and jobless, and YOU , Joe Biden are apparently
    brainless about what is happening to Americans. Why is that?

    I suppose that the dollar will crash soon as many nations are going to a different format—-and even if you have your war, you won’t be able to cover one for long as the money you gave and continue to give to Ukraine is truly obscene. Oh well, there was a poet from the 1930s who was a very good poet for pointing things out so clearly—

    “This is the way the world ends—not with a bang—with a whimper.” That is your legacy, Joe Biden. It doesn’t have to be—-but you appear to be so easily led—-and the path is not a good one for humans and other living creatures.

  5. Ian Brown
    February 24, 2023 at 23:13

    Pretty wild that the US managed to stack the chamber with it’s allies/vassals to such an extent. All but 7 allowed to speak were NATO or US allies, plus Borrell and Baerbock. And as typical they spoke with childish simplicity, one-sidedness and mind numbing repition reciting atrocity propaganda and falsehoods.

    To me it looked more like a show of force for intimidation, flexing who really has power in UN institutions, the white peope. But the unintended side effect is more Europeans dramatically centering themselves and their idiotic and easily avoided war that refuse to peacefully resolve, actually looks pretty bad to everyone else.

    • Valerie
      February 26, 2023 at 08:51

      “But the unintended side effect is more Europeans dramatically centering themselves and their idiotic and easily avoided war that refuse to peacefully resolve, actually looks pretty bad to everyone else.”

      And there’s no-one to come to our rescue and bring us “democracy” and oust our evil leaders.(Sarcasm)

  6. paul
    February 24, 2023 at 21:55

    NATO mercilessly bombed Yugoslavia for 78 days and nights.
    The country was carpet bombed and everything was destroyed. Power stations, roads, bridges, passenger trains, television stations, the Chinese embassy, water, sanitation, everything. They threatened to flatten Belgrade.
    Then they did the same in Iraq. 42 days and nights of carpet bombing. Everything was destroyed, Raqqa and Mosul were flattened, and just left, with thousands of bodies buried under the rubble. Fallujah was poisoned with depleted uranium. Children are still being born there with defects, including one with two heads. (hxxps://
    Wedding parties and entire villages in Afghanistan were wiped out by heroic drone operators in Nevada, laughing at the human “bug splats.”
    In Yemen, millions were deliberately starved with millions of cases of cholera.
    Yet these disgusting hypocrites shed rivers of crocodile tears for Ukrainian victims (not the ones in the Donbas, of course) in a war they deliberately provoked over a period of many years.
    None of these people have the right to utter a single word about Ukraine.

  7. Valerie
    February 24, 2023 at 12:44

    James Cleverley the brit delegate stated the UK is proud of the support it has given Ukraine. Whilst people in the UK go hungry:

    “The cost of living crisis is exposing the severity of food poverty in the UK. Millions are being pushed below the breadline as food prices soar, with many struggling to feed themselves and their families.

    Food prices increased by 16.7 per cent in the 12 months up to January 2023. That is a 45-year high, with the costs of essentials rising at exceptionally high rates. 

    The Trussell Trust saw record numbers of people seeking help between April and September last  year, with 320,000 people forced to turn to the charity’s food banks. That is a 40 per cent increase in comparison to the previous year. ”

    Seems to me their pride is sorely misplaced. And the UK has cut its foreign aid budget by £4bn which would normally help people in Iraq, Jordan, Palestinian territories, Lebanon, Cameroon and Mali.

  8. Bruce Edgar
    February 24, 2023 at 11:29

    Endless repeating of “this marks ONE year” since Russia began its “brutal” invasion. Indeed it does. And what did these virtue signalers have to say about America’s 20 years in Afghanistan? Or the years we spent in Iraq? Sure everyone wants to see the wars end everywhere. But such one sided piling on Russia without publicly acknowledging that it is our war addiction that has led us to this pass is irresponsible and ineffective. Every effect (Ukraine war) has a cause: imperialist ambition and the quest for hegemony.

    • Ian Brown
      February 24, 2023 at 23:17

      I was younger then, but I dont remember any where near the degree of rhetorical outrage directed at the illegal and far more brutal invasions of Iraq, Afghanistan, or Libya. It’s farcical, but also scary how they really expect to be able to fool people and hide their own hypocrisy.

        February 25, 2023 at 00:16

        It is remarkable.

      • Valerie
        February 25, 2023 at 03:31

        Not to mention Palestine and the atrocities perpetrated by Israel. I had to laugh at this statement by Blinken and the implications he obviously did not consider:

        “The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, said “any peace that legitimises Russia’s seizure of land by force will weaken the charter and send a message to would-be aggressors everywhere that they can invade countries and get away with it”.

  9. Valerie
    February 24, 2023 at 03:41

    Another pantomime: Blinken playing the part of widow Twankey and Baerbock as Aladdin.
    Unfortunately neither of them possess a magic lamp; but i’m sure, vast amounts of insipid rhetoric.

  10. February 24, 2023 at 02:57

    The UN Security Council meeting seems to have been replaced by a long promotion for UNICEF. At first I though it was just advertising, but it continued for more than 10 minutes.

    • Randal Marlin
      February 24, 2023 at 16:54

      I experienced the same thing. Maybe I gave up too easily.

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