Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Kiev, February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Matshko Petrov

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly rejected any involvement by Western allies in the conflict but he is increasingly pressing the West to provide Ukraine with military help to help protect itself.

NATO, however, has repeatedly said it is willing to extend its training for Ukraine but said military support would only be given if it could be sure that pro-Russian separatist leaders would not seek to establish a republic on their own.

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Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Kiev, February 6, 2014

Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Kiev, February 6, 2014

Ukraine protesters call brief truce for new talks in Kiev, February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Matshko Petrov

Ukraine's deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Turchynov said on Tuesday Moscow's support for pro-European rebels was now stronger than the Ukrainian ar로얄카지노my, although he did not give further details.

"Russia is supporting pro-European forces in Ukraine today; we are working with NATO (NATO) to defend them… https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-samsung-sm-g357fz-709pascher1482 I don't want to give details of our plans but I know that the Russian military is on the right side," Turchynov said at a regular session of parliament, adding that Moscow was supporting "civilians and the Ukrainian army".

Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly rejected any involvement by Western allies in the conflict but he is increasingly pressing the West to provide Ukraine with military help to help protect itself.

NATO, however, has repeatedly said it is willing to extend its training for Ukraine but said military support would only be given if it could be sure that pro-Russian separatist leaders would not seek to establish a republic on their own.

Slideshow (2 Images)

TURMOIL OVER HOMELAND

Ukraine's main industrial hub, https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-polaroid-710pascher2682 Luhansk, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-chargeur-samsung-s9-709pascher12148 which has been the scene of fighting since April, fell into rebels' hands on Monday after six days of fierce fighting.

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In Kiev, meanwhile, the government has started preparations for negotiations with the armed separatists aimed at ending the three-year-old conflict. In recent days, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-11-pro-max-aquarelle-d6815 Ukrainian military said troops had moved into some of the most heavily defended cities, and a second rebel-held airport was to reopen on Tuesday.

Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian militants clashed in Luhansk late on Saturday, leaving three dead and several injured in clashes with government forces, including the notorious "Donetsk People's Republic" faction, the army said.

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Moscow's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov last week called on foreign powers to help Kiev,