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Lithuanian prime minister travels to Donbass

Prime Minister of Lithuania Saulius Skvernelis left for Kiev-controlled territory of Donbass Wednesday, on April 11, the ministry “for temporarily occupied territories” reported.

“Prime Minister of Lithuania Saulius Skvernelis and Minister for Temporarily Occupied Territories Vadim Chernysh will travel to the east of Ukraine,” the ministry said in a tweet and enclosed an image from airport to it.

Earlier, Lithuanian government press-office reported that Skvernelis will pay a two-day visit to Ukraine on April 11, where he will meet with leadership of Kiev-controlled military-civic administration of Donetsk region to get first-hand view of measures to liquidate Donbass conflict aftermaths. According to the source, the prime minister will visit a hospital repaired on Lithuania’s funds and open a kid’s space built on the funds collected by Lithuanian volunteers. The Lithuanian prime minister is also expected to hand over aid to Ukrainian military.

In Kiev, Skvernelis will meet with Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman, attend opening of Kiev Security Forum, as well as a session of Ukrainian, Lithuanian and Moldovan prime ministers entitled “Regional Cooperation: Integration of Common Goals.”

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