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Top UN official said, “Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities and towns have become a daily destructive pattern." UNIFEED
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STORY: UN / UKRAINE
TRT: 03:40
SOURCE: UNIFEED
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LANGUAGES: ENGLISH / RUSSIAN / NATS

DATELINE: 11 APRIL 2024, NEW YORK CITY / FILE

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FILE - NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, UN Headquarters

11 APRIL 2024, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, Security Council
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Miroslav Jenča, Assistant Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia and Americas, Departments of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and Peace Operations, United Nations:
“Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities and towns have become a daily destructive pattern. This includes intense and systematic targeting of Ukrainian energy infrastructure across the country. We are appalled by the increase in civilian casualties as a result of these relentless attacks.”
4. Med shot, delegates
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Miroslav Jenča, Assistant Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia and Americas, Departments of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and Peace Operations, United Nations:
“In a disturbing reminder of the serious risks posed by this war, on Sunday, Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant - Europe’s largest and currently under the military occupation of the Russian Federation - was directly targeted in military action for the first time since November 2022.”
6. Med shot, delegates
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Miroslav Jenča, Assistant Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia and Americas, Departments of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and Peace Operations, United Nations:
“No one can benefit – neither militarily nor politically – from attacking nuclear facilities. Instead, the consequences of a nuclear accident – whether intentional or not - could be catastrophic to us all.”
8. Med shot, Wosornu, Jenča, delegates
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Edem Wosornu, Director of Operations and Advocacy, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):
“In Kharkiv, Kherson, Kyiv, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and Dnipro, wave after massive wave of attacks continue to kill and injure civilians and cause widespread damage and destruction to critical civilian infrastructure. No region of Ukraine has been spared by this war.”
10. Med shot, Wosornu, Jenča, delegates
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Edem Wosornu, Director of Operations and Advocacy, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):
“I cannot underscore that the scale of humanitarian needs in Ukraineremains vast. As you know, more than 14.6 million people – 40 percent of Ukraine’s population – require some form of humanitarian assistance, 56 percent of this number, are women and girls.”
12. Med shot, Wosornu, Jenča, delegates
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Edem Wosornu, Director of Operations and Advocacy, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):
“If hostilities continue to escalate, the already dire situation for millions of people in Ukraine – and the challenges we face in responding to it – will only deepen. Tolerating war is not normal.”
14. Med shot, Wosornu, Jenča, delegates
15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vasily Nebenzya, Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Russian Federation:
“Our western colleagues are so used to turn a blind eye to any crime or ugly ethics of the Kyiv regime on autopilot so much so that they managed not to notice that in Ukraine just few days ago direct strikes and drone attacks on the Zaporizhzhya NPP resumed. This risk provoking a nuclear catastrophe at the very heart of Europe.”
16. Wide shot, Security Council
17. SOUNDBITE (English) Sergiy Kyslytsya, Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ukraine: “The attempts to appease the new aggressor that we observed from 2014 to 2022 resulted in a full-scale war on the European continent. The lessons of history must be learned. If the Security Council had existed during WWII, would its members have sat at the same table with the Ribbentrops while the Nazis were destroying European cities and sending thousands of people to gas chambers?”
18. Wide shot, Security Council

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Top UN official said, “Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities and towns have become a daily destructive pattern.”

Addressing the Security Council today (11 Apr) Miroslav Jenča, Assistant Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia and Americas, said that this pattern includes “intense and systematic targeting of Ukrainian energy infrastructure across the country. We are appalled by the increase in civilian casualties as a result of these relentless attacks.”

He also said, “In a disturbing reminder of the serious risks posed by this war, on Sunday, Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant - Europe’s largest and currently under the military occupation of the Russian Federation - was directly targeted in military action for the first time since November 2022.”

He stressed, “No one can benefit – neither militarily nor politically – from attacking nuclear facilities. Instead, the consequences of a nuclear accident – whether intentional or not - could be catastrophic to us all.”

Edem Wosornu, Director of Operations and Advocacy of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said, “In Kharkiv, Kherson, Kyiv, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and Dnipro, wave after massive wave of attacks continue to kill and injure civilians and cause widespread damage and destruction to critical civilian infrastructure. No region of Ukraine has been spared by this war.”

She also said, “I cannot underscore that the scale of humanitarian needs in Ukraineremains vast. As you know, more than 14.6 million people – 40 percent of Ukraine’s population – require some form of humanitarian assistance, 56 percent of this number, are women and girls.”

She highlighted, “If hostilities continue to escalate, the already dire situation for millions of people in Ukraine – and the challenges we face in responding to it – will only deepen. Tolerating war is not normal.”

Vasily Nebenzya, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said, “Our western colleagues are so used to turn a blind eye to any crime or ugly ethics of the Kyiv regime on autopilot so much so that they managed not to notice that in Ukraine just few days ago direct strikes and drone attacks on the Zaporizhzhya NPP resumed. This risk provoking a nuclear catastrophe at the very heart of Europe.”

Sergiy Kyslytsya, Ukrainian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said, “The attempts to appease the new aggressor that we observed from 2014 to 2022 resulted in a full-scale war on the European continent. The lessons of history must be learned. If the Security Council had existed during WWII, would its members have sat at the same table with the Ribbentrops while the Nazis were destroying European cities and sending thousands of people to gas chambers?”

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