UN concerned about the violence in Kyrgyztan
New York, Jun 15: The United Nations Security Council expressed its distress over the bloodshed in Kyrgyztan and urged for the return of law and order along with a peaceful resolution of differences.
UN political chief, Lynn Pascoe called for an urgent creation of a humanitarian corridor for assistance to be delivered in Kyrgyztan. Lynn Pascoe said that the creation of a humanitarian space or corridor in Kyrgyztan for the UN and others to deliver aid to the people in need is an urgent necessity.
pascoe said that UN was trying to aid the people affected by the ethnic violence by by launching the humanitarian corridor, this week. He said that UN is much concerned about the refugees in Kyrgyztan who were much affected by the riots and shortage of food, water and electricity, especially in Osh.
"15 ambassadors from UN condemned the continued acts of violence and urged the calm return of rule of law and order and a peaceful resolution of differences," reported Claude Heller, the Mexican Ambassador.