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Ukraine war: Western leaders cautious over Russia pledge to reduce attacks around Kyiv

The regional government headquarters of Mykolaiv, Ukraine, following a Russian attack, on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. President Zelenskyy said seven people were killed.
The regional government headquarters of Mykolaiv, Ukraine, following a Russian attack, on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. President Zelenskyy said seven people were killed. Copyright AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris
Copyright AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris
By Euronews with AP, AFP
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At peace talks in Instanbul, Russia said it will "fundamentally" reduce combat operations around Kyiv and Chernihiv. Ukraine has said it will accept neutral status in return for security guarantees.

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With Russia's war in Ukraine into its second month, there has been movement at peace talks in Turkey.

As Moscow's military offensive stalls in the face of strong Ukrainian resistance, Putin's forces have been continuing to pound targets from afar.

Planned humanitarian corridors to evacuate besieged and terrorised civilians have faltered. Millions of people have fled their homes, while thousands of civilians and military personnel have been killed in the fighting, which has left widespread devastation.

This article dates from Tuesday. For Wednesday's latest updates click here.

See a summary of Tuesday's developments in our blog below, and watch the report in the video player above.

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