Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 102

Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev turned the UN Security Council’s 50th anniversary meeting September 26 into an airing of complaints that his country was being left out of decision-making on Bosnia and other issues. He claimed that sanctions against Belgrade had been in place too long; expressed displeasure that the United States was prolonging Security Council sanctions against Iraq; called for a new model of "comprehensive" security for Europe, "without double standards and dividing lines"–a reference to Moscow’s opposition to NATO’s continuation and enlargement; and again asked for United Nations support for Russian "peacekeeping" in the former USSR.

Christopher and Kozyrev Meet After UN Speech.