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UNITED NATIONS, February 27, 6:59 /ITAR-TASS/. United Nations Spokesperson Martin Nesirky has refuted allegations that Ukraine’s security service chief Valentin Nalivaichenko asked the United Nations to monitor the situation in Crimea.
On Wednesday, Ukraine’s security service said on its website that at a meeting with United Nations Special Envoy Robert Serry, Nalivaichenko asked him to “use all United Nations’ possibilities to monitor the security situation in Cream in the round-the-clock regime.
According to Nesirky, this information had nothing to do with the real state of things. Ukraine’s security service was strongly recommended to remove what it had posted on its site, which it ultimately did, he noted.
At the same time, he confirmed that Robert Serry had met with Nalivaichenko on Wednesday.