In a phone call, Macron and Putin have agreed on the necessity of a diplomatic solution to the ongoing crisis.

French President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have agreed to work for a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, with the foreign ministers of the two countries set to meet in the coming days.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is willing to meet Putin to find out “what the Russian president wants” and seek a “peaceful settlement” amid growing concern over a possible imminent invasion.

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Violence in eastern Ukraine has spiked in recent days. Fighting has broken out sporadically for years along the line separating Ukrainian forces from Russia-backed rebels, but the recent shelling and bombing spike could set off a full-scale war.

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Source Al jazeera

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