One year after Minsk agreement, fighting continues in eastern Ukraine

This weekend marked the first anniversary of the signing of the Minsk ceasefire agreement - a deal that should, among other things, have seen warring sides in Ukraine down their weapons, paving the way for a political settlement to the conflict.


But violence rumbles on and Russian-backed separatists have moved their heavy weaponry back to the frontline. As Gulliver Cragg reports, there has been little political will on either side to implement the deal.

A programme prepared by Emerald Maxwell and Laura Burloux

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