UN Security Council to discuss Ukraine-Russia tensions on Thursday
The United Nations Security Council to discuss growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia today with closed doors
The United Nations Security Council will discuss growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia on Thursday in a closed door meeting, reported by Reuters.
It is stressed that it was the Ukraine mission to the United Nations who had requested the meeting.
As we reported earlier, Poroshenko ordered the Head of the Ukrainian Mission to the United Nations to hold consultations in the UN Security Council.
As we reported earlier, Russia’s Federal Security Service accuses Ukraine of preparing terrorist attacks in the Crimea.
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