Russia and Ukraine Reach Deal at Geneva Meeting

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RT America on Apr 17, 2014

Russia, Ukraine, the US and the European Union have agreed to a de-escalation of tensions in eastern Ukraine. After meeting for seven hours in Geneva, Switzerland, all of the parties signed an agreement condemning violence, promising reforms of the Ukrainian constitution and offering amnesty to protesters who leave seized government buildings and turn over their weapons. Representatives from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe will be allowed to monitor the implementation of the agreement. Lindsay France speaks to RT’s Egor Piskunov, who attended the signing and breaks down the details of the agreement.


Lavrov: Russia, US, EU, Ukraine agree on de-escalation roadmap

RT on Apr 17, 2014

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov holds a press conference following a Geneva meeting of top diplomats from the EU, Russia, Ukraine and the United States, who held talks on the recent crisis in Ukraine. READ MORE:

From the archives:

Michael Hudson: Investigation Finds Former Ukraine President Not Responsible For Sniper Attack on Protestors

Rick Rozoff: NATO, Ukraine and U.S. Imperialism–Purpose is to Besiege Russia

Rick Rozoff: Ukraine Junta May Spark Civil War

Ukraine’s Coup Regime Ups Threats as Protests Expand by Melinda Butterfield + Kiev military storms occupied East Ukraine airfield, wounded reported

CIA Terror Chief Pulls Rank in Kiev by Finian Cunningham

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