Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reportedly might attend a September session of the United Nations General Assembly to push a 10-point “peace formula.”

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is planning to attend the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session in September, where he aims to present a 10-point “peace formula” to end the ongoing war with Russia. The plan calls for a complete withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine, the release of all prisoners of war and deportees, and measures to ensure food and energy security in the region.

One crucial aspect of the plan is to restore safety around the occupied nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia, which Zelenskyy believes is at risk of Russian sabotage. The discussions on this peace formula will take place during a gathering hosted by Saudi Arabia, with more than two dozen nations invited to participate.

While Kyiv has been pushing for a summit on the peace formula during the UN gathering, some allies are hesitant due to logistical challenges. They are also looking for more support from countries in the “global south” before committing to the concept. Alternatively, there have been discussions about a Security Council debate on peace in Ukraine, which would involve Russia’s participation. However, Russian President Vladimir Putin is not expected to attend the UNGA session.

The situation remains complex and sensitive, but Zelenskyy’s efforts to push for a peaceful resolution to the conflict will likely be closely watched by the international community.

Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
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