Breitbart News has reported that the U.N. Security Council is set to vote this week on a resolution condemning Russia for its annexation of Crimea.
The resolution is expected to pass on a 7-3 vote with two abstentions, with the United States and China voting against it.
The U., as usual, has been the main sponsor of the resolution.
The Security Council resolution, which is likely to pass, is intended to “condemn the actions of Russia and the other Security Council members who have not yet ratified the Additional Protocol to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.”
Russia, China, and the United Kingdom voted against the resolution on Thursday.
The council’s vote comes as the Trump administration faces mounting international criticism for its handling of the crisis in Crimea.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly denounced Russia’s actions in Crimea, which has been annexed by Russia.
He has also taken to Twitter to say that the United Nations should have done more to stop the Russian occupation of the peninsula.
Trump, in a statement on Thursday, called the resolution “very much an attempt to justify Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territory.”
The U and China voted in favor of the UCA resolution.
Russia, which was the first to call for the resolution, has repeatedly claimed that Crimea was part of its territory before the peninsula was formally annexed by Moscow.
However, experts have been skeptical of Russia’s claim.
The Kremlin has repeatedly accused the U and the UAE of being behind the takeover.
It also has accused the United Nation of “unwittingly supporting” Russia’s efforts to “overthrow” the Ukrainian government and its democratically elected leader, Viktor Yanukovych.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U. S. President Mike Pence, along with the European Union, have also voiced support for the UNAIDS resolution, though both have indicated they are open to further discussion on the issue.
The United Nations is the UN body that represents the U: it is a non-profit agency that represents and monitors all of the world’s 193 member states.
However it is also the body tasked with negotiating and implementing UN treaties.
In recent years, the UN has been criticized for its lack of responsiveness to major international crises, which are often ignored by the international community.
For example, the UIA was recently criticized for not responding to a spike in cases of tuberculosis in the Ural region.
The agency was also criticized for a lack of communication and engagement with its members.
The current crisis in Ukraine is the latest instance of the UN failing to act.
The Trump administration has called for an increased U.R.R., the United Russia Republic of Crimea, and called for U.A.E. members to sever ties with the URA.
However U.O.E., which is the majority-URA nation, has yet to officially sever ties to the UUA.
The lack of engagement from the UN in the crisis is not unique to Ukraine.
Since 2014, the United State has not taken any action on behalf of the Russian-occupied Crimea region.