The UN Security Council will hold an open meeting on Ukraine on Tuesday, speaker of Ukraine's Permanent Mission to the UN, Oleh Nikolenko, wrote on Facebook.

"The UN Security Council on Tuesday, October 30, will hold an open meeting on the situation in the occupied territories of Ukraine," the diplomat wrote.

He specified that the meeting would start at 21:00 Kyiv time.

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The UNSC will meet on the eve of the "elections"in Donbas earlier announced by Moscow and the occupation authorities.

Also this month, Ukraine told the UN about the unprecedented militarization of Crimea carried out by Russia.

The last time the Security Council talked Russian aggression against Ukraine was on May 29.