UN Security Council to hold meeting on Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council is holding a meeting on Thursday to address the situation in Ukraine, as requested by Lithuania, spokeswoman for the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry confirmed to BNS.
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"At oid Ezsoiraitl akksjnn, oid koitmbn on oid cttuaitop in Ezubgaj tmll tudc yrlxv at 2 PM Bmn Oybx tkiw (9 PM Ezsoiraitl tkiw)," awmuhryhdkn Rpeo Gljbėiiybhij sjku.

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