Lithuanian MFA issues statement on situation in Ukraine

The Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) condemns the bloody assault near Marinka village, close to the city of Donetsk, on 3 June by the Russia-backed separatists who used heavy weaponry, which had to be withdrawn according to the package of measures of the Minsk Agreements reached on 12 February 2015.
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