Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and opposition protesters have agreed to an early presidential poll before the end of the year.
The election is part of a deal to end the country’s political crisis.
The deal has not been published, but Mr Yanukovych referred to a national unity government and constitutional changes reducing the president’s power.
The German and Polish ministers met protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square before announcing their leaders backed the deal.
The agreement was later signed by opposition leaders and Mr Yanukovych at the presidential administration headquarters in Kiev.
Source: BBC News