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Russia requests UNSC meeting on April 4 over situation in Ukraine’s Bucha — diplomat

"We will unmask Ukrainian provocateurs and their Western patrons", Dmitry Polyanskiy noted

UNITED NATIONS, April 3. /TASS/. Russia has requested a United Nations Security Council meeting on April 4 over the situation in Ukraine’s Bucha, Russian First Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dmitry Polyanskiy said on Sunday.

"In light of the Ukrainian radicals’ provocation in Bucha, Russia has requested a meeting of the United Nations Security Council in the second half of the day on Monday, April 4," he wrote on his Telegram channel. "We will unmask Ukrainian provocateurs and their Western patrons."

The Russian defense ministry said earlier on Sunday that all Russian troops had left the city of Bucha in the Kiev region as far back as March 30 while "evidence od crimes" surfaced four days later, when Ukrainian Security Council officers arrived in the city. According to the Russian defense ministry, Bucha’s mayor Anatoly Fedoruk said in his video address on March 31 that there were no Russian troops in the city. He did not even mention about any people who were shot dead in the streets with their hands tied.