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MOSCOW, July 6. /TASS/. The agreement on pulling back the weapons under 100mm caliber from the front line may be signed in Minsk, Belarus, on Tuesday at the meeting of the Contact Group on settling the conflict in Donbas, the deputy chief of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine has said.
"The Minsk subgroup on security issues of the Contact Group has unveiled a plan on withdrawing weapons under 100mm caliber, however the sides have not yet made the last steps on signing the final document. The OSCE hopes that this agreement will be inked in Minsk tomorrow," Alexander Hug was quoted by the LuganskInformCenter as saying.
The participants of the working subgroup on security issues of the Contact Group on settling the crisis in Donbas earlier planned to agree on the document envisaging the withdrawal of weapons under 100mm caliber until late June.