Minister Linkevičius: We'll see Sunday morning if agreement in Minsk means anything

It's too early to speak about real progress in eastern Ukraine following the Minsk talks as it's still not clear whether the agreements reached will be implemented, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius says, adding that no final decisions have been made on key issues.
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