Ukraine rebels showing Withdrawal of Weapons
The withdrawal of heavy weapons was witnessed by reporters that were brought by pro-Russian separatist. The Ukraine viewed this as cover up of the rebels for reinforcing of another advance.
Hopes exist that the ceasefire from Feb. 15 would occur after decrease in fighting in eastern Ukraine.
The idea of the failure of the ceasefire has led to the currency losing it values after halving through 2014. After tightening of currency controls by authorities, heavy sold off was witnessed by Ukrainian Companies.
The deal for the ceasefire has not been ignored by western countries who continually insist in it. Foreign ministers from various countries backed the ceasefire in their Paris meeting.
Kiev Military says they will only pull back their weapons when shootings stops, after one of their soldier was killed and 7 others obtaining wounds.
Asked if Moscow is lying when it denies sending men and material, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said: “Yes.”
Putin, who has mainly struck a conciliatory tone since the rebels captured Debaltseve, said in a television interview he did not think Russia and Ukraine would go to war.
“I think that such an apocalyptic scenario is unlikely and I hope this will never happen,” he said. (Additional reporting by Natalia Zinets, Pavel Polityuk, Alessandra Prentice and Peter Graff in Kiev, Katya Golubkova and Vladimir Soldatkin in Moscow and John Irish in Paris; Writing by Peter Graff; Editing by Giles Elgood and Mark Trevelyan)