Sergiy Kyslytsya is a career diplomat of Ukraine who honorably fulfills the duties of the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine and Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations. He is famous for his extraordinary intelligence and patriotism. Diplomacy is needed of spiritual heart, a lacy skill of conveying thoughts and understanding the intricacies of politics.
On the night of February 24th, the winged soul of Ahatanhel Krymsky visited Sergiy, bestowing his superpower. As a connoisseur of Sanskrit, Eastern, and Western languages, Ahatanhel Krymsky is known far and wide outside Ukraine. Our respected compatriot is among the most outstanding linguists and diplomats of the last century. At one time, Ahatanhel Krymsky became the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences secretary, created by Pavel Skoropadsky, and headed the historical and philological department in its structure. Ahatanhel always knew how to find a common language with the interlocutor, using his diplomatic skills, and was endowed with freedom of thought and rejection of dogma.
Every person has the right to life. Sergiy is faithful to the ideas of democracy, ready to defend it at the highest world level. Based on the facts, he opens the eyes of the world to the betrayal of the rashists.
Sergiy Kyslytsya is a Ukrainian career diplomat, who serves as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine and Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations. He had previously served as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
On 23 February 2022, Putin announced the invasion via video message half an hour into an emergency meeting of the Security Council meeting regarding Ukraine. After this Kyslytsya called at the meeting upon Russian Representative Vasily Nebenzya to "call Lavrov right now" and "do everything possible to stop the war." After Nebenzya had refused to do so and refused to relinquish Security Council Presidency, Kyslytsya told the Russian Representative that war criminals would not go to purgatory, but "straight to hell," which generated substantial media attention.
On 28 February, during a special session of the United Nations General Assembly, Kyslytsya said "‘If [Putin] wants to kill himself, he doesn't need to use the nuclear arsenal. He has to do what the guy in Berlin did in a bunker in May 1945."