Ukrainian Prisoners of War remove debris from a damaged building in the town of Illovaysk, eastern Ukraine Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
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The European Union said Monday it believed a ceasefire and peace plan have helped reduce fighting between government and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine but condemned continued violations of the accord.The accords reached last month were a step towards a sustainable political solution of the crisis, the EU's 28 foreign ministers said, but they left to another day any review of current sanctions against Russia.There was no mention of the current EU sanctions imposed against Russia for its role in the Ukraine crisis, with the issue to be discussed Thursday and Friday at an EU leaders summit in Brussels.
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