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Russia-Ukraine talks make progress, three major U.S. stock indexes collectively rise, international oil prices plummet

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On March 29, the fifth round of Russia-Ukraine negotiations ended. Russian Deputy Defense Minister Fomin said after the negotiations that military activities in Kyiv and Chernihiv would be significantly reduced to create conditions for the next negotiation.

The three major U.S. stock indexes rose collectively. As of press time, the Dow rose 0.61%, the Nasdaq rose 1.19%, and the S&P 500 rose 0.67%.

internationalityoil priceThe price of WTI crude oil futures fell by more than 3% to US$102.31 per barrel; the price of Brent crude oil futures also fell by more than 3% to US$105.95 per barrel.

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Adviser to the Ukrainian President’s Office Holds a Press Conference on the Fifth Round of Russia-Ukraine Negotiations

On March 29, local time, Podoljak, an adviser to the Ukrainian President’s Office, held a press conference on the fifth round of Russia-Ukraine negotiations.

Podoljak said that in-depth consultations are currently underway on some important issues, the most important of which is to reach an agreement on Ukraine’s international security guarantees, because with this agreement, the Ukrainian side will be able to end the war according to its own needs.

The second very important issue is a ceasefire to resolve all humanitarian issues, which need to be resolved immediately and the relevant negotiations are now under way.

In an interview with Turkish state media, Podoljak said that Turkey will become one of the security guarantee countries, and the security guarantee countries need to provide military support. In this case, Ukraine can become a neutral country.

Podoljak said that Ukraine is currently unable to reach an agreement with Russia on security issues, and Ukraine believes that an international agreement should not be reached due to military pressure. Ukraine could discuss other topics if the security guarantees ensure that Russia withdraws.

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Podoljak said that the negotiation will continue, and the Uzbek side plans to invite all security countries to hold multi-party talks. It is hoped that an agreement will be reached within two weeks, and under such circumstances, it is hoped that the leaders of Russia and Ukraine will meet. (Source: CCTV News Client)

(Article source: Financial Associated Press)

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