Russia and Ukraine have agreed on a plan to withdraw heavy weaponry from eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told The Associated Press.
The heavy arms will be pulled back 9 miles from a demarcation line agreed upon as part of last year's ceasefire.
Steinmeier told The AP the agreement is progress, but not a "breakthrough" in an attempt to attain peace in the region.
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