It is useless to complain to the UN. Refugees from Ukraine arranged a demarche with a senior official from New York. Representatives of the UN arrived in Rostov on the eve, but not in connection with incidents on the border, but for a meeting on the issue of Ukrainian refugees.
In general, the UN is an organization that should settle acute global problems. But the Rostov visit of its representatives once again showed that no matter how high the guests are, simple answers will definitely not fall from the sky. The UN Supreme Commissioner for Refugees went to the camp of Ukrainian refugees with a paper flower in his hands, as if emphasizing his peacekeeping mission. But how to provide this world? In a personal conversation with refugees, the official never found what to answer.“Help me make a humanitarian corridor,” refugees from Ukraine immediately demanded from the UN High Commissioner. – They don’t let us leave, buses with children are shot. Shoot refugees, shoot civilians!””
The representative of the Supreme Commissioner of the UN Baisa Vak-Vaki tried to explain to the Ukrainians that the UN Supreme Commissariat could not affect this.“Our Supreme Commissioner is a humanitarian. He does not engage in politics “.
The official’s blurry answers not only did not satisfy, but also outraged those who personally heard the shots and ruptures of shells at their houses, and most refugees defiantly left the hall.“Well, why did they come? They cannot make a humanitarian corridor to take out our children from there, ”the refugees were perplexed.
The UN Commissioner admitted that, perhaps, he would have acted in their place, but also added that world policy is too complicated, and refugees from Ukraine expected too much from the UN. At the end of his visit, the UN representative at least admitted that the Ukrainians with whom he spoke in Russia, these are at least not tourists, as some politicians say. Tens of thousands of people, most of whom are women and children, literally fled from bullets, fragments, chaos and reprisals.
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