Russian Federation will be present at the meeting because of its status as a Security Council member.
Sergei Skripal, a former Russian intelligence agent convicted of spying for Britain, and his daughter Yulia are believed to have been poisoned with deadly Novichok nerve agent in Salisbury, a quiet town in southern England near the famous ancient ruins of Stonehenge.
Novichok is a military-grade nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
The two men alleged to have been behind the March nerve agent poisoning - Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov - have been identified by the United Kingdom as members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service.
It was "unequivocally, crystal clear this was the act of the Russian state - two Russian nationals sent to Britain with the sole goal of carrying out a reckless assassination attempt", he said.
In a day of major developments in the case which has opened a fresh schism between Russian Federation and the West, Prime Minister Theresa May said intelligence from the UK's security services had shown the men were part of Russia's GRU military intelligence service - and suggested their 48-hour mission had Kremlin approval.
Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov at Salisbury train station at 4.11pm on 3 March 2018.
She is expected to speak to other leaders over the next few days as she seeks to forge an global alliance for further action against Russian Federation. Basu said the passports were genuine but the names were probably aliases, and appealed to the public to help identify the men.
Russian Federation has long denied any involvement in the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury and insisted it is ready to cooperate on any investigation.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has described the attack as "unacceptable and unlawful", and insisted Canada would work with the United Kingdom and its allies to hold Russian Federation to account. Russia's foreign ministry said the names given by Britain did not mean anything to Moscow.
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Britain has said it is not going to seek their extradition because Russian law does not allow for its nationals to be tried overseas. She has criticized London for turning down Moscow's request to see the case files. The prosecutors said that the U.K.is not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law forbids extradition of the country's citizens.
The police force released a series of images of the suspects as they travelled through London and Salisbury between March 2 and March 4. "There can be no talk about that", Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by TASS news agency.
Moscow strongly denies involvement in the attack, and Russian officials said they did not recognise the suspects.
Her partner Charlie Rowley was discharged, although he later went back to hospital and is now being treated for meningitis and loss of eyesight.
Ms Sturgess died in hospital in July, just over a week after she and Mr Rowley fell ill.
Police are still trying to determine where the bottle was between the Skripal poisoning in March and its discovery by Rowley on June 27.
Basu said they ha no doubt the two events were connected and they were liaising with prosecutors about bringing charges connected to the poisoning of Sturgess and Rowley.
Assistant police commissioner Neil Basu would not say whether police believe the suspects worked for Russian security services but, he said, "This was a sophisticated attack across borders".
British authorities announced on Wednesday said two Russians, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, were being charged in absentia for the Salisbury attack after a lengthy investigation.