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After Turkey Downs Jet, Sends Letter to UNSC, Full Text Here
By Matthew Russell Lee
UNITED NATIONS, November 24 -- After Turkey down a Russian jet, it wrote a letter to the Security Council on November 24 but did not ask for a Council meeting. Inner City Press is putting Turkey's letter online here.
The President of the Council for November, the UK's Matthew Rycroft, spoke on his way in at 10 am, Inner City Press Periscope video here. He said, as fast transcribed by InnerCityPro.com:
RYCROFT: We’re extremely concerned about the incident of the Russian downed jet. We’ve been in close touch with our Turkish opposite numbers from the Prime Minister down. It’s very important that we learn the lessons of this in terms of de-confliction. I call on everyone involved to de-escalate and to be measured in their response
Q: Have Russians or Turks contacted you about raising it in the Council?
A: We’ve been in touch with both of those countries and many others. Currently no country has called for a meeting of the SC.
Q: Can the Council do anything to tell the Russians to stop violating airspace of neighboring countries?
A: The UK defends Turkey’s right to protect its own airspace. If we have a discussion I’m sure we won’t be alone in making that point.
Q: No letter from Turkey?
A: There has been a letter from Turkey. It sets out the facts. It doesn’t call for any particular action.
Q: When did you receive the letter
A: In the last hour.
Q: Do these events indicate that de-confliction goes against what you’re trying to avoid?
A: These events demonstrate the importance of de-confliction, having a carefully coordinated coalition against ISIL. Stepping back from the detail for for the moment, we have a shared interest with all of the countries in the region. We are all trying our hardest to defeat ISIL.
Q: Does it complicate diplomacy?
A: Diplomacy is complicated at the best of times. It is a thing we need to respond to in a measured, calm, careful way.
Last week after France circulated in the UN Security Council the post-Paris Attacks resolution repeatedly talked about by French President Francois Hollande, it immediately on November 19 put it "in blue" for voting, which took place after some delay at 5:30 pm on November 20. The vote was 15-0.
Afterward, Inner City Press managed to ask French Ambassador Francois Delattre about the inclusion at Russia's request of a reference to the UN Charter, and if France thinks there is a right to individual self-defense, as already asserts in Syria, in the UN Charter. Delattre said the Charter is important and France complies with it. Video here.
Inner City Press asked UK Ambassador Matthew Rycroft, President of the Security Council for November, about the delay in voting on the resolution from 3pm to 4 pm to 5:30 pm -- he said that was negotiation -- and about the inclusion of a reference to Vienna I in the final version. Russia's Churkin in the Council said, “The preambular section, clarified by us, clearly states now that the documents adopted by the international support group for Syria on 30 October and 14 November are a packet on the basis of which, in addition to the Geneva communiqué of 2012, should be used to settle the Syrian crisis;” another Permanent Representative, not on the Council, told Inner City Press this “makes Assad a party.”
Rycroft acknowledged that the reference had been added, but said he viewed this as listing all the relevant documents; he said the Geneva Communique is the most important. Video here. He highlighted that the resolution was passed only a week after the Paris attacks.
Earlier, Inner City Press awas told, not by France, of "and the UN Charter" being added to Operative Paragraph 5, thusly in capitals:
"5. Calls upon Member States that have the capacity to do so to take all necessary measures, in compliance with international law, in particular international human rights, refugee and humanitarian law,