The President recalled that the government presented its “peace formula” to end the war.
Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said he was not theoretically thinking about negotiations with Russia to end the war, and recalled the Ukrainian peace formula.
The Head of State said this at a press conference held on February 24.
“I don’t think in theory how these negotiations will end and what they will be. We are taking concrete steps: Ukraine started “Peace Formula” At the G20 – gradually as we shall see. The result is what Russia has done here, and how it affects everything: not just our security. Because various crises are caused by the aggressive actions of the Russian Federation: the occupation of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, blocking the sea and all chains. Because what can I tell you? We proposed steps,” Zelensky said.
He recalled that the previous evening, 141 states in the UN General Assembly supported Ukraine’s peace efforts in their resolution.
“Next step I see Involvement – as possible (Ed.), as they say, states to the first block summit. I want to produce it. I want to press it and finish,” the president added.
He emphasized the task of attracting many countries including India and China to the summit.
“We proposed this (the “peace formula” – version) and there is a decision of peace or war. And we need security guarantees,” Zelenskyy added.
Let us remind you that the adviser to the head of the presidential office, Mykhailo Podoliak, recently said that negotiations with the Russian Federation can begin only when Russia withdraws its troops from the territory of Ukraine. The first point of Zelensky’s “peace formula” was the withdrawal of enemy troops.