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KIEV, January 25. /TASS/. At the meeting of the EU foreign ministers due on January 26, the Ukrainian delegation will call on the participants to apply additional pressure on Russia, Ukraine’s President Pyotr Poroshenko told an emergency meeting of the National Security and Defence Council on Sunday.
“Tomorrow (January 26), is due a meeting of the EU foreign ministers, where they will coordinate steps for providing Ukraine’s security and for additional pressure on the Russian Federation,” he said.
The emergency meeting of the National Security Council was organised following the events in Mariupol on January 23, where the city was shelled killing 30 civilians and leaving almost 100 injured.