The first round of talks on the Belarus border did not lead anywhere, even as reports of death and devastation in the Ukranian city of Kharkhiv surfaced.
The second round of Russia-Ukraine talks is planned for March 2, Russia's TASS news agency reported on March 1, quoting a source on the Russian side.
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After the first round of negotiations, which took place on February 28 and produced no tangible results, the sides had said they would meet again in the coming days.