The draft resolution focused on the two main things you mentioned an immediate ceasefire and the establishment of humanitarian corridors, specifically to allow the civilian population to leave safely from military zones. Russia’s foreign minister said large-scale military operations continue in the Southeast and every day, civilian, including women and children were getting killed.
The session was closed to the public and media, but Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin addressed the press following the meeting, where he emphasized the urgency for a humanitarian response through the Russian resolution,
suggesting those he calls the “other side” are procrastinating and dragging their feet and showing no urgency, which he says is a mistake because the resolution is needed to prevent the situation from deteriorating further.
CCTV’s Liling Tan reports.