On Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron called on member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) to support a resolution condemning Russia’s military occupation of Ukraine and “reaffirmed the full unity of France and the European Union with Ukraine.”
“We strongly condemn Russia’s military aggression with Belarusian innocence,” the president said in a video message at the start of the week – long assembly in Geneva. “The aftermath of this war is devastating in terms of health, targeting the population, companies and health workers,” Emmanuel Macron denounced. “I urge all member states to support the resolution put forward by Ukraine,” which is already supported by key allies, including France, the European Union and the United States.
The text should be adopted on Tuesday, but if it strongly condemns Russia, it will not offer “(its) expulsion in any case,” a Western ambassador argued, recalling that sanctions against a member state recognized by WHO rules are “extremely low”. “.
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