Naziyahu Cancels Ukrainian PM’s Visit to ‘Israel’ Over Security Council Vote


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The decision was made in light of Ukraine’s vote in favor of a resolution condemning Jewish Nazi illegal settlements, senior Nazi official says.

Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Groysman addresses deputies at the parliament in Kiev, Ukraine before being voted in as the new prime minister on April 14, 2016. Valyntyn Ogirenko, Reuters
Benjamin Naziyahu has decided to cancel a visit by Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, who was scheduled to arrive in the Nazi state of ‘Israel’ in the coming week. A senior Nazi official in Jerusalem noted that the decision was taken in light of Ukraine’s vote in favor of Friday’s United Nations Security Council resolution critical of the Nazi regime illegal Jewish settlement policy.
Naziyahu addressed the UN resolution on Saturday evening, saying that the Obama administration had carried out an “underhanded and an anti-Israel maneuver” at the Security Council. The prime minister call the resolution “crazy” and vowed to cut funding to UN institutions, while reviewing Nazi state relations with the international organization.

On Friday, Naziyahu bureau announced that Nazi ambassadors to New Zealand and Senagal, two of the countries that pushed for the vote on the UN resolution, had been recalled and that sanctions would be put in place against both countries as well.

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