Estonia, France, Ireland and others on Georgia – Security Council media perspective (August 4, 2021)
The United Nations released this video clip, titled “Estonia, France, Ireland and others on Georgia – Security Council Media Stakeout (August 4, 2021)” – below is their description.
Joint informal comments to media from Estonia, France, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom, United States and Albania, new member of the Security Council, on the situation in Georgia .
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