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Zelenskyy plans disengagement near Petrivske for 4 Nov

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said that the disengagement of forces and weapons in Petrivske will start on 4 November if ceasefire is observed in the area.

"If everything is quiet in Petrivske for a week – a seven-day ceasefire is required – then we should start disengagement in Petrivske on 4 November," Zelenskyy said at a joint news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Kyiv on 31 October, following a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission.

The president says he has no doubt that a meeting of the Normandy Four leaders will take place, "if all parties want and strive to meet in the Normandy format because the main result [should be] an agreement to end the war".

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