சிங்கள பயங்கரவாத பெளத்த அரசிற்கு ஐ. நா பாதுகாப்புச்சபையில் ஆதரவளிக்கும் அன்று ரஸ்யா இன்று சீனா

china-flagThe day after the UN involuntarily admitted counting 2,683 civilian killings in Sri Lanka from January 20 to March 7 of this year, efforts to hold a second UN Security Council meeting on Sri Lanka were described to Inner City Press by a range of Council diplomats. Non-permanent Council members including Austria, Mexico and Costa Rica have requested the meeting for March 26, under the heading “Other Matters” since Sri Lanka is still not a formal item on the Council’s agenda.

These members thought they had agreement from other Council members, but now China is “vehemently” opposing any discussion in the Council of the plight of civilians in the Sri Lankan conflict. China argues that it is “merely an internal matter,” and not a threat to international peace and security

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