78 countries at the Peace Summit agreed that the territorial integrity of Ukraine must be the basis of any peace

The Swiss flag is displayed among the flags of other countries during the plenary session of the Summit/EPA/EFE

Organizers of the Burgenstock conference on Ukraine have removed Jordan and Iraq from the original list of signatories to the conference's latest declaration, bringing the number down to 78, it has announced. "TASS".

The reasons for these changes to the list have not yet been explained.

Other countries that did not support the final document are Armenia, Brazil, the Holy See, India, Indonesia, Colombia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand and South Africa.

The conference was held on June 15 and 16. Its key topics included nuclear and food security, safe navigation and prisoner exchange. According to the official list of participants from June 14, 100 countries participated in the conference. Russia was not invited. Azerbaijan, Belarus, Venezuela, Egypt, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Cuba, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ethiopia did not participate either.

The conference's final declaration insisted that "Ukraine's nuclear power plants and installations, including the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, must operate safely and under the full sovereign control of Ukraine and in accordance with the principles of the IAEA and under its supervision." It also emphasizes that "any threat or use of nuclear weapons in the context of the ongoing war against Ukraine is impermissible."

In addition, according to the report, in order to have food security, "free, full and safe commercial navigation, as well as access to seaports in the Black and Azov Seas, is critical."

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