It is too early to reveal any point of possible agreement between Moscow and Kiev, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peshkov was quoted as saying by Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency.
Peshkov’s comment came after the Financial Times article, in which a 15-point peace plan is unveiled between Moscow and Kiev.
According to the Financial Times, Ukraine and Russia have made significant progress on a 15-point pilot peace plan, which includes a ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops if Kyiv declares neutrality and accepts restrictions on its armed forces.
The article cites three people involved in the negotiations.
The agreement, which the two sides first discussed Monday, includes Ukraine’s withdrawal from NATO aspirations and its commitment not to have foreign military bases or armaments on its territory. in exchange for “protection” from allies such as the US, Britain and Turkey.
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