Lithuania draws attention to human rights violations in East Ukraine at UN Security Council

On Friday, at the meeting of the United Nations Security Council in New York, initiated by Lithuania, human rights situation in Eastern Ukraine and Crimea were discussed. Lithuania stressed the importance of further monitoring of human rights in Ukrainian regions.
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