United Nations General Assembly resolution A/73/L.47

United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/73/L.47 was adopted on December 17, 2018 by the Seventy-third session of the United Nations General Assembly in response to the Russian activities in Crimea as well as the Kerch Strait incident. The non-binding resolution, which was supported by 66 United Nations member states, affirmed the General Assembly’s commitment to the territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders and condemns the Kerch Strait incident. Nineteen nations voted against the resolution, while 72 abstained, and a further 36 states were absent when the vote took place.[1]

UN resolution regarding Russian activities in Crimea
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UN General Assembly
Resolution A/73/L.47
Date 17 December 2018
Meeting no. 56th Plenary
Code A/73/L.47 (Document)
Subject Territorial Integrity of Ukraine and Kerch Strait incident
Voting summary
  • 66 voted for
  • 19 voted against
  • 72 abstained
  • 36 absent
Result Resolution adopted

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In favour (64) Abstaining (83) Against (15) Absent (31)
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Observer States:   Holy See and  State of Palestine

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