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War in Ukraine: Russian negotiators dissatisfied with talks, Ukrainians cite 'some positives'

A man opens his arms as he stands near a house destroyed in the Russian artillery shelling, in the village of Horenka close to Kyiv
A man opens his arms as he stands near a house destroyed in the Russian artillery shelling, in the village of Horenka close to Kyiv Copyright AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky
Copyright AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky
By Alasdair SandfordEuronews with AP, AFP
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The third round of talks at the Belarus border failed to produce concrete results, but while the Kremlin negotiators claim dissatisfaction, the Ukrainian side said there were 'some positives.'

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This was Monday's live blog. For the latest updates on Tuesday click here.

The third round of negotiations between Russian and Ukrainian officials on the Belarus border did not result in any major agreements, the two sides stated on Monday evening.

Earlier in the day, Ukraine has rejected a purported Russian plan for humanitarian corridors and local ceasefires, as it involves transporting civilians to Belarus and Russia.

Moscow claims its proposal is to allow civilians to be moved out of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol and Sumy. France's President Macron denounced Putin's "moral and political cynicism".

Follow the latest developments in our live blog below:

Additional sources • Reuters

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