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UNITED NATIONS, April 16. /ITAR-TASS/. The UN Security Council will hold a meeting at 16:00, New York time, on Wednesday (midnight Thursday, Moscow time) to discuss the human rights situation in Ukraine's east, an official at Lithuania's UN Mission, which called the UNSC meeting, told Itar-Tass.
"Thif has been already confirmed. Nigeria, which now presides over the UNSC, has circulated a notice according to which the Council meeting will be held on Wednesday at 16:00, NY time," Ruta Jazukeviciute, the Lithuanian Permanent Mission's press attache, said. She reaffirmed that Ivan Shimonovich, Assistant to the UN Secretary-General on Human Rights, would make a report on the situation in Ukraine's east.