Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky gave another impassionate speech at the United Nations last April 5 as Ukrainians continue to suffer the consequences of Putin’s invasion.

With mounting proof of heinous crimes against the people of Ukraine, Zelensky’s speech revolved around accusing Russia of allowing such atrocities and criticizing the international body, particularly the U.N. Security Council, for not being able to stop the war.

“We are dealing with a state that is turning the veto of the United Nations Security Council into the right to die,” warned Zelensky, referring to the power of the members of the P5 to veto resolutions that are not convenient to their country’s interests.

Zelensky likened Putin’s forces to that of the Islamic State and called for a war crimes tribunal much like the Nuremberg Trials in the aftermath of World War II. He also challenged the Security Council to remove Russia as a member or opt to “dissolve itself.”

“Where is the security that the Security Council needs to guarantee?” Zelensky said, raising whether Russia deserved to keep its seat on the council. “Are you ready to close the U.N.? Do you think that the time of international law is gone? If your answer is no, then you need to act immediately.”

His speech came one day after he visited the Ukrainian city of Bucha after the Russians had withdrawn from Kyiv Oblast. As previously reported by SOFREP, dead bodies of civilians, including women and children, were found in the streets, with some rumored to be tortured before being killed.

The room was dead silent as a short video presented by the Ukrainian government showed several corpses found in the city. Some bodies were bloated and burnt. Some corpses were also found with their hands tied behind their backs and were also seen to be shot in the back of the head.