The United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday approved a nonbinding resolution condemning Russia for invading Ukraine and demanding that it end its war with the country. The vote came after a series of speeches during which the majority of countries called on Russia to stop the violence in Ukraine, which has continued for nearly one week. Sergiy Kyslytsya, the Ukrainian ambassador to the U.N., urged countries to vote in favor of the resolution in an emotional address that ended with applause from the chamber.