Ukraine and Russia said they made progress in talks to end the war, with Kyiv presenting its proposal for a neutral status and international security guarantees as Moscow continued deadly strikes across Ukraine despite promises to focus its campaign on the eastern Donbas region.
Though the latest round of negotiations, opened by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, made advances toward drafting a peace treaty, violence continued unabated, with dozens of reported civilian casualties.
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