"It is time to pool efforts in order to reform and improve the institutions and instruments which are bound to serve the principles and norms of international law, i.e. the veto right of Russia at the UN Security Council. Russia's aggression against Ukraine has vividly demonstrated the shortcomings of this mechanism. Hopefully, we will launch a related debate at the forthcoming 70th session of the UN General Assembly," he said.
Petro Poroshenko believes that the anti-Ukrainian policy of Russia in Donbas and Crimea "has completely ruined" the post-WWII international security system.