Leaders push for truce as Kyiv observes one year since ‘Maidan revolution’
France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine have pledged their support to the Ukraine ceasefire deal. Kyiv is observing one year of the “Maidan Revolution” in which 100 people were killed amid fighting in its east.
Leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine renewed their support for the ceasefire deal to halt hostilities between Kyiv and rebels in its east.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko as well as pro-Russian rebels appealed for international peacekeepers to be deployed in his country’s eastern region, where fighting has not ceased despite the ceasefire’s enforcement on February 15.
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Source News: DW