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KIEV, February 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine has filed a request with the UN to review the highly explosive situation that has taken shape in the country, Andrei Deschitsa said Friday at a meeting with a group of foreign ambassadors.
“I signed a letter to our ambassador to the UN today asking him to turn to the Security Council so that it would the issue on its agenda,” he said.
Deschitsa called for considering Kiev’s appeal at the first available opportunity.
Friday morning, the Verkhovna Rada, the national parliament issued a resolution stressing the importance of a request to the UN Security Council to call a meeting in connection with developments in Crimea, the predominantly Russian-speaking population of which is highly opposed to the arrival of nationalistic radical forces at power in Kiev.