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Russia wants the world to know the truth about events in Ukraine, Lavrov said adding that a group of reporters had already visited the Rostov Region in southern Russia.
Lavrov urged journalists “to visit this and other regions bordering on Ukraine to see with their own eyes what is going on” and how Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is implementing his peace plan.
Russia hopes that its “western partners will observe the principles of free information” and avoid censoring coverage of the Ukrainian conflict, the minister added.