The UN General Assembly adopted the Ukraine resolution

The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution from Ukraine and its allies. The proposal was made to send relief aid to Ukraine and to demand the safety of civilians. This is known as the condemnation motion.

The resolution also condemned Russia for creating a “terrible” humanitarian situation in the country. The Qatar-based Al Jazeera reported on Thursday.

Of the 193 member states of the UN, 140 voted in favor of the resolution. Russia, Syria, North Korea, Eritrea and Belarus voted against the resolution. In addition, 36 countries abstained.