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Kuleba: Russia will be invited to the next conference on Ukraine – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 13, 2024 Time: 19:08:28

According to him, the idea is that the next summit will mark the end of the conflict.

“And, of course, we need the other side at the negotiating table. It is evident that to end the war we need both parties,” the minister quotes.

Kuleba admitted that sooner or later the time will come when he will have to talk to Russia.

At the same time, he noted that the positions of the West and the global South differ. “Yesterday there were voices from the global South about the difficult compromises that (Ukraine – editor’s note) must make. This is not the language we hear from the West,” said the Ukrainian diplomat.

Earlier, the head of the communications department of the Swiss Foreign Ministry, Nicolas Bidot, told RIA Novosti that the next international conference on Ukraine could take place before the presidential elections in the United States, scheduled for November 5.

Let us remember that 160 States were invited to the two-day conference on Ukraine in Switzerland; Russia was not on this list. Representatives from 91 countries participated in the event.

The joint statement was signed by 80 states and 11 refused to support it. It was later learned that Iraq and Jordan also left the list of countries that signed the document. Thus, the statement was not approved by Brazil, India, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Armenia, Bahrain, Indonesia, Libya, Mexico and Thailand. Furthermore, the document was not signed by representatives of the UN and the Pope.

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