The Delegate of Republic of Serbia would like to ensure fellow delegates and chairs of Security Council that it is his upmost pleasure to take the floor during this debate, even though the circumstances, which have gathered us here today are far from being considered pleasant. The most recent history has proven once again that peace and order we, the people, have been trying so many times to impose on ourselves throughout our centuries-lasting existence, cannot be maintained without strict cooperation between forces, which they were established by and collapse as soon as those forces’ goals happen to be contradictory. The war, since Delegate of Republic of Serbia did not find other suitable term, involving Russian Federation and Republic of Georgia broke out week ago, showing how truly ephemeral is the order we seek. Despite of many harbingers of incoming conflict, United Nations have not undertaken any decided steps in order to prevent it, witnessing slowly emerging clash in the area of upmost geopolitical importance. Spat between Russian Federation and Republic of Georgia is not only direct threat for inhabitants of combat area and each side’s troops, but also entails a risk to political security of the region as well as world. Conflict in Caucausia is not a local problem, it is the matter of worldwide peace, which this war has casted shadow on. Taking all of these under consideration and keeping in mind, that Georgia descends deeper and deeper into the turmoil in this very moment, it is our duty as Security Council to appease this situation and punish whoever responsible for escalation of the war, giving example that United Nations will not tolerate military agression being utilised as a tool to solve political problems and diplomatic issues.