Minister Linkevičius suspicious of Russia's "humanitarian aid" to Ukraine

Eastern Ukraine is in need of humanitarian aid but the international community cannot trust Russia which has announced recently it is sending 280 trucks of aid to eastern Ukraine, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius said on Tuesday.
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