Ukrainian representatives in the United Nations are working to develop a separate resolution on the Russian-occupied Crimea, said the MP Svitlana Zalishchuk at a press conference in Kyiv on October 28, according to a QHA correspondent.

“Our mission at the United Nations is drafting a separate resolution on Crimea. We expect it will be soon adopted,” Svitlana Zalishchuk said.

People's Deputy noted that the UN Security Council should hold a separate meeting on monitoring the implementation of the decisions on Crimea.

“This is especially true after the ruling of the Russian court on recognition of the Mejlis the so-called terrorist organization, which reinforces the repression in Crimea and deprives Ukraine of any opportunity to help our citizens in the occupied peninsula" said Svitlana Zalishchuk.

October 12, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted two resolutions on Ukraine, in which the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is called "Russian aggression." The resolutions as well call on the Russian Federation to withdraw its troops from Donbas.