Ukraine has reportedly reached a cease-fire agreement with Russian-backed rebels:
— Kyiv Post (@KyivPost) September 5, 2014
Ukraine and the Russian-backed rebels have signed a cease-fire deal that starts in less than two hours. http://t.co/B6bHUehnLF
— MSN (@MSN) September 5, 2014
From the Associated Press:
Ukraine and the Russian-backed rebels have signed a cease-fire deal that starts in less than two hours, a European official at the talks said Friday.
The announcement by OSCE’s Heidi Tagliavini came as representatives of Ukraine, Russia, pro-Russian rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe met in the Belarusian capital of Minsk. She said the cease-fire would start at 1500 GMT (11 a.m. EDT).
Will the cease-fire last? There’s skepticism:
Ukraine has signed a cease-fire agreement with pro-Russian rebels. Doubt itll last long though tbh…
— Joshua Mahony (@JMahony_IG) September 5, 2014
Lets be frank here, this peace process and ceasefire won't last. Russia will use latest sanctions and military excercises as an excuse.
— glazingblogger (@glazingblogger) September 5, 2014
Another ceasefire?…. might last the weekend
— Simon Kloot (@TraderSimon) September 5, 2014
Ukraine ceasefire: @NahlahAyed: Ceasefire to begin at 6PM. Timing, on last day of NATO summit is likely no accident. But will it hold beyond
— Debra Arbec (@DebraArbecCBC) September 5, 2014
1 HOUR TO SEE IF A CEASEFIRE HOLDS UP OR IF PUTIN IS BULLSHITTING US.
— Tom bingham (@milistirith) September 5, 2014
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