The Lithuanian diplomat wrote in Twitter he had witnessed militants firing banned weapons during his stay on the frontline in Shyrokyne, Censor.NET reports.
"Minsk in 'action' - shelling continued even during my visit to Shyrokyne yesterday (with forbidden 82-mm mortar)," Linkevičius wrote, noting this was his first visit to Mariupol and the demarcation line from the beginning of Russia's aggression.
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