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U.S., UK, France ask U.N. Security Council to meet Monday on Ukraine -Breaking

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© Reuters. The U.S. President Joe Biden and the Prime Minister of Britain Boris Johnson pose with France’s President Emmanuel Macron during the G7 meeting at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, Britain on June 11, 2021. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERS

UNITED NATIONS – After Russia recognised two regions of eastern Ukraine that were part of a separate entity, the United States, Britain, and France asked for a meeting at U.N. Security Council on Monday.

Diplomats confirmed that the meeting of 15 members, which took place on Monday, was also supported by Albania, Norway, Mexico, and Norway, who are all Council members. Russia is currently the Security Council’s president and the organizer of the meeting.

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