The UN said the latest reports from Ukraine show the need for "immediate de-escalation of the conflict."
The UN spokesperson said the organisation was not able to verify reports of Ukrainian shelling of Russian armoured convoy, which Ukraine said crossed border into Ukraine during the night.
Russia has denied that its troops entered its neighbour's territory.
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