Despite the deal, thousands of people have remained in a central square, demanding the president's resignation.
The pact says a unity government will be formed and elections held. It was signed on Friday by President Viktor Yanukovych and the opposition, but many protesters say they do not believe Mr Yanukovych can be trusted.
Ukrainian Chaos ~ link ~ Presidency claims deal has been reached after all night talks brokered by EU foreign ministers
France, Germany and Poland caution deal not yet definitive and talks to resume at lunchtime
Yanukovych leaves Kiev for support base in Kharkiv
Opposition has not yet commented amid questions over whether it can sell deal to street
Gunfire reported near Independence Square but events unclear
Dozens of police defectors from western city of Lviv arrive in central Kiev
Ukraine peace deal halts violence but crowds still angry ~ link ~ It fell to Sikorski to sell the deal to the sceptical opposition. ITN video filmed outside a meeting room during a break in the talks showed him pleading with opposition delegates to accept it: "If you don't support this, you'll have martial law, you'll have the army, you'll all be dead."
Anti-government protesters remained encamped in Independence Square, known as the Maidan or "Euro-Maidan", and made clear their dissatisfaction at a deal that would leave Yanukovich in power until the early elections later this year...
"My comrade was shot and our leaders shake the hand of a murderer. It's a disgrace!" he said to roars of approval. "If it is not announced by 10:00 tomorrow that Yanukovich is gone, we're going to attack with weapons."