Killing of Sheremet in Kiev 'a shock' - Lithuanian minister

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius says that he is shocked by the killing of Pavel Sheremet, a prominent Belarusian-born journalist who worked in Ukraine, and expects that law-enforcement bodies will carry out a diligent investigation into his death.

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