There is no detailed information about the scheduled meeting, except that it was initiated by Russia.
"On February 11, the UN Security Council will hold a meeting in connection with the sixth anniversary of the signing of a set of measures to implement the Minsk agreements," the TASS news agency reported.
It is noted that the meeting will be held by video link in an open format.
As we reported earlier, tomorrow, on January 3, the UN Security Council will discuss the situation with opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was arrested in Russia on January 17.
The discussion will be held in a closed format. The informal status of the meeting allows any member of the Security Council to speak and propose topics for discussion.
Russia, in turn, denies any claims from the international community, citing the inadmissibility of interference in its internal affairs.
At this point, Navalny is being held in the Matrosskaya Tishina pre-trial detention center in Moscow.