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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told independent Russian journalists that his government would consider a peace pact declaring neutrality and offering security guarantees to the Kremlin.

Ukraine would also remain nuclear free under such a pact, but the country’s neutral status would rely on assurances from third parties and a referendum vote by Ukrainian citizens within a few months after Russian troop withdrawal, Zelenskyy said.

Roskomnadzor, the Russian federal agency regulating communications for Moscow, banned Zelenskyy’s remarks from being published Sunday and warned the Russian media outlets that took part, including “those that are foreign media outlets acting as foreign agents,” could face consequences.

Ukrainian forces continue to hold most major cities, but the mayor of port city Mariupol in the south called Monday for the evacuation of the remaining 160,000 residents amid heavy bombardment from Russian forces.

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