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UN Security Council rejects Russia's offer to invite representatives of occupied Donbas

The session is dedicated to the situation on the occupied territories of Ukraine
11:35, 31 October 2018

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The members of the UN Security Council rejected Russia’s proposal to invite the representatives of the occupied Donbas to participate in the session of the Council on Ukraine, as the UN News Centre reported on Twitter.

Russia urged the members of the UN Security Council to let Yelena Kravchenko, the so-called 'Head of the Central Electoral Commission of Luhansk People’s Republic' deliver a speech at the session of the Council.

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The Chairman of the session put the question to a vote: only Russia voted for, seven countries voted against, and seven more abstained.

Reportedly, on October 30, the UN Security Council had a session dedicated to the situation on the occupied territories of Ukraine.

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Besides, this month Ukraine claimed an unprecedented Russia's militarization of Crimea. 

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