The main pro-Russian rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says his troops are on the offensive and he does not want truce talks with Kiev.
Alexander Zakharchenko said his forces would push the front line back to the borders of Donetsk region. They are in control of the city of Donetsk.
"Our side will not make any attempts at ceasefire talks any more," he said, quoted by RIA Novosti news agency.
Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany have issued a call to end fighting.
On Thursday Ukrainian government troops withdrew from Donetsk airport's main terminal, a scene of bitter fighting in recent weeks.
The government said the military still retained control of parts of the airport, but six soldiers had died and 16 had been wounded.
The government and its Western allies say Russian regular troops are fighting alongside the separatists, using Russian heavy artillery and tanks. Moscow insists that only Russian "volunteers" have joined the rebels.
Mr Zakharchenko said "we'll attack right up to the borders of Donetsk region, but if I see a threat from other directions we'll neutralise it".
"Kiev doesn't understand now that we can attack in three directions simultaneously," Russian media quoted him as saying.