UN Security Council condemns attack against Ukrainian civilians

Following the proposal put forward by Permanent Mission of Lithuania to the United Nations (UN), the UN Security Council condemned the shelling of a passenger bus in Volnovakha, Donetsk Region of Ukraine.
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