"We are gradually uniting the world majority": Zelenskyy says how many countries have already supported Ukraine's peace formula and G7 security guarantees
As of Friday, 18 August, 63 diplomatic missions have already supported the Ukrainian peace formula. And 18 states have joined the G7 security guarantees.
This statement was made by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy during his evening video address. The corresponding video was published by the President's office.
"G7 Declaration on Security Assurances for Ukraine: as of today, 18 states have already joined. The Peace Formula: 63 diplomatic missions are already working to implement the points of the Formula. It is very important that the Peace Formula is gradually uniting the world majority based on our respect for international law and the UN Charter," the Head of State said.
He also announced good news for Ukrainians.
"You will see the news for Ukraine. We are preparing them with our neighbours in the EU. And also in those regions of Europe where our cooperation with states has not been sufficient so far. And, of course, with our European partners, with whom we have repeatedly proved that European leadership in the defence of freedom is of global importance," Zelenskyy explained.
He also added that Ukraine hopes to open negotiations on membership in the European Union this year.
Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that his Formula for Peace for Ukraine is the only practical way to end the war waged by Russia. However, it will be useful not only for our country - international partners can also apply this strategy to avoid future military conflicts. Zelenskyy is confident that the Peace Formula can become a new universal foundation for relevant solutions.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- a meeting on the implementation of the Ukrainian Peace Formula was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 5-6 August. The New York Times believes that this summit was the beginning of Ukraine's broad diplomatic campaign to isolate and weaken Russia;
- after the summit, a fake news story appeared online that Ukraine's representatives in Saudi Arabia allegedly agreed to start peace talks without the mandatory requirement to withdraw the occupiers from the occupied territories. This is fictitious information that has nothing to do with reality.