Zelensky: Ukraine will present concrete measures to Russia at the second peace summit

Volodymyr Zelensky / Photo EPA-EFE/Piotr Nowak

At the second peace summit, Ukraine will present concrete measures to Russia to achieve a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Ukraine, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said last night in Switzerland at the global peace conference on Ukraine.

Speaking at the summit's plenary meeting, Zelensky told attendees that Russia is not interested in peace and that summit participants should decide together how to achieve peace "in a truly lasting way" and in accordance with the UN Charter, Ukrainian media reported.

- When the action plan is on the table, agreed upon by everyone and transparent to everyone, then it will be delivered to the representatives of Russia, so that at the second peace summit we can mark the real end of the war, said Zelenski.

Over 100 representatives of countries and international organizations are attending the peace summit held in the city of Burgenstock, not far from Lucerne.

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