UN Security Council on Donbas, Crimea issues take place in New York on April 28 - Ukrainian President
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has said that an open sitting of the UN Security Council will take place in New York on April 28 in the light of the worsening of the security situation in Donbas and Russia's failure to implement Minsk Agreements.
"On April 28, at 22.00 Kyiv time, an open sitting of the UN Security Council, initiated by Permanent Office of Ukraine at the UN on behalf of me, will take place in New York. The reason is worsening of the security situation in Donbas and Russia's failure to implement Minsk Agreements," the head of state wrote on Facebook on Wednesday evening.
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Poroshenko also reported that he has instructed Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko "to inform international community about criminal deeds of the occupants in Donbas and Crimea, namely a ban of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar People in Crimea."