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As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrainska Pravda, he said this on air of 5 Channel on Thursday night. "Of course, there is no doubt this issue will be taken to the UN General Assembly, where Russia can't veto. Where two-thirds of states will be able to take decisions. And I almost have no doubt this decision will be taken at the General Assembly," Parubii said.
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"It (failed voting to set up a tribunal held on July 29) again gives all reasons to exclude Russia from the UN Security Council," he added. As reported before, Russia vetoed a UN SC resolution to set up an international tribunal to investigate the Malaysia Airlines plane crash on the territory of Ukraine July 17, 2014, leading to death of 298 people.
censor.net.ua: In Russian
That's one option. That was the first thing that came to mind, when the decision at the UNSC was made.
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