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KIEV, February 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Since February 26 the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) intends to regularly inform Russia, the UN and the US about the situation in Crimea, SBU director Valentin Nalivaychenko said at a meeting with UN Special Envoy Robert Serry on Wednesday.
“It is very important that all permanent members of the UN Security Council (these are Russia, the US, Britain, France and China) are guarantors of Ukraine’s territorial integrity,” Nalivaychenko said.
The Ukrainian official asked the UN special envoy to monitor the situation in Crimea day-and-night.
“Ukraine’s territorial integrity is the basic factor to resolve all security issues under the auspices of the UN,” he said.