Ukraine considers the telephone conversation between President Petro Poroshenko and a person claiming to be President Almazbek Atambayev of Kyrgyzstan as a provocation. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs' spokeswoman Mariana Betsa announced this to Ukrainian News Agency. "The information that it was a planned provocation is currently being investigated by both the Ukrainian and Kyrgyz sides. The ministers of foreign affairs of both countries reached agreement to the effect during a telephone conversation that just ended. We are currently examining all the circumstances, including the technical details," Betsa said. According to her, Poroshenko scheduled a series of talks to promote the United Nations draft resolution on human rights violations in the Russia-annexed Crimea. "Such a conversation was also scheduled with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev," Betsa said. She added that such actions were probably planned in order to obstruct the passage of this draft resolution in the United Nations. The Kyrgyz Presidential Administration told Ukrainian News on Thursday morning that no telephone conversation between the presidents of the two countries was planned. A representative of the Kyrgyz Presidential Administration said that the Ukrainian president might have been the victim of a prank. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Ukrainian presidential press service announced on November 2 that Poroshenko Atambayev held a telephone conversation, during which they discussed the need to intensify trade and economic cooperation between their countries. The Kyrgyz Presidential Administration denied that Poroshenko and Atambayev held a telephone conversation.