Zelensky proposed holding a summit on Ukraine without Russia
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has requested a peace summit on Ukraine to advance his “peace plan”. About this on Thursday, May 18, writes The Financial Times, citing an unnamed European Union representative.
According to the report, the G7 leaders may discuss his proposal at a meeting in Japan, which will be held in Hiroshima from May 19 to 21. It is noted that the event, in which Russia is not expected to participate, will be aimed at discussing and promoting the plan of the Ukrainian leader. Zelensky’s plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine consists of 10 points.
“The Ukrainians have asked for this and I expect the G7 to discuss it,” a source told the newspaper. He also added that G7 leaders needed to discuss “many elements” of the peace plan.
Zelensky spoke about his “peace formula” in November last year. His plan consists of 10 points, including ensuring energy, nuclear and food security, the withdrawal of Russian troops and the restoration of the territorial integrity of Ukraine, as well as an exchange on the principle of “all for all”.