The US and Russia have agreed on a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, the White House announced on Wednesday.
The deal came after the two countries signed a ceasefire agreement on February 15, though the agreement is not legally binding.
But Washington and Moscow are also still working to resolve the crisis in Ukraine, which has killed more than 4,600 people and displaced millions.
The US President, Donald Trump, said on Tuesday that he wanted the deal to go through.
The new deal would see Ukraine’s interim government return to the capital, Kiev, and Russia’s armed forces leave eastern Ukraine’s strategic Black Sea port of Mariupol.
It would also see the withdrawal of all Russian troops from the region.
The United States and the European Union have said Russia has crossed the line in its alleged use of force against Ukrainian forces.