1. Hundreds of miners protesting for peace marching down street towards rally
2. Miners walking by police officer
3. Various of miners marching
4. Woman in tram clapping and cheering in support of protest
5. Tracking shot of miners marching and chanting: "Donbas!"
6. Hundreds of miners gathered at rally
7. People holding protest banners
8. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei (no last name given), miner from Donetsk region:
"They have to come to an agreement. To bomb is easy, the only way out of this is for them to come to an agreement."
9. Miners chanting "Donbas!" at protest
10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei (no last name given), miner from Donetsk region:
"(Ukrainian President Petro) Poroshenko has to sit down and make an agreement with the leaders of the Donetsk People's Republic (DNR). He has to stop the war, to sit at the same table with the DNR leaders. Donbas is being killed. This is a peaceful protest, we do not want war, we don't support either side in the conflict. We want them to sit down and make an agreement."
11. Miner waving red Soviet flag at protest
12. Protesters gathered at statue of Communist leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
Hundreds of miners marched in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday calling for both sides of the civil unrest in the country to come to an agreement.
The miners marched through Donetsk and held a rally in the city centre, demanding that the government meet with the Donetsk People's Republic and find a peaceful solution to the conflict.
"This is a peaceful protest, we do not want war, we don't support either side in the conflict. We want them to sit down and make an agreement," said Sergei, a miner from Donetsk who refused to give his last name.
Ukraine's President said on Wednesday that government forces will unilaterally cease fire to allow pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country a chance to lay down weapons or leave the country, a potentially major development to bring peace to the country.
Petro Poroshenko's plan, announced following conversations with Russian and German leaders, aims to end two months of fighting in eastern provinces that form the nation's industrial heartland.
It could also help ease the worst crisis between Russia and the West since the Cold War, which was triggered by Moscow's annexation of Crimea that followed the ouster of Ukraine's pro-Russia President.