Nigerian Government Orders Russia To Redraw Troops From Ukraine

Nigeria’s Federal Government has urged Russia’s government to withdraw its troops from Ukraine, calling for peace to end all hostilities.

Geoffrey Onyeama, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, met with the envoys in Abuja on Friday, stating that the Nigerian government calls for peace and the use of diplomacy to resolve any disagreements.

Onyeama noted that the Federal Government has stated that Nigeria does not condone Russia’s aggressive approach and has urged Russia to withdraw.

“Both parties must prioritize peace and dialogue.

“We support all efforts to halt the aggression and return Russian troops to Russia,” Onyeama stated.

Following the closed-door discussion, German Ambassador to Nigeria, Birgitt Ory, who is also the G7 Group’s chair, expressed appreciation for the African Union’s comments on the issue.

Ory, who also complimented Nigeria for putting its weight behind the initiative, stated that Nigeria was a critical voice that the world needed to hear.

He added that what is also obvious is that all United Nations member states unanimously condemned the strikes in light of Russia’s military intervention.

Ory stated that resolutions will be introduced in the United Nations Security Council, General Assembly, and other United Nations fora, including the Human Rights Council, where Nigeria has a significant voice and membership.


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