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KIEV, September 11. /TASS/. Ukraine will raise the issue of depriving Russia of veto right in the United Nations Security Council at 70th session of UN General Assembly in New York, President Petro Poroshenko told a meeting of Yalta European Strategy on Friday.
"The time has come to unite our efforts for reforming and improving institutes and instruments that should serve the principles and norms of international law, such as Russia’s veto right in UN Security Council," Poroshenko said.
The Ukrainian president said that the discussion will be launched at the 70th session of UN General Assembly.
Poroshenko does not rule our holding a meeting in the "Normandy format" on settling the situation in Donbas in the framework of UN General Assebly session.
"On September 12, the first meeting of the foreign ministers will take place that will focus on agenda and draft documents that will discuss [in Paris]," Poroshenko told journalists on the sidelines of Yalta European Strategy (YES) meeting in Kiev.
"I do not rule out that one more meeting in this or another format may take place in the framework of UN General Assembly at the end of September in New York," the Ukrainian president said.