Zelensky confirmed that the President of South Africa wants to come to Ukraine with a "peace initiative": details
The Ukrainian presidential office confirmed that South African President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed his desire to come to Ukraine as part of a "peace" mission from several African countries. President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed such an initiative, he is ready to listen to the guests and tell them about the Ukrainian "peace formula".
On May 17, the president's press secretary, Serhiy Nikiforov, said this in a commentary to the Ukrainian media. According to him, the corresponding telephone conversation between Zelensky and Ramaphosa took place on May 13.
"The president of Ukraine welcomed such a peace initiative. Volodymyr Zelensky is ready to receive distinguished guests in Ukraine, listen to their proposals, talk about the Ukrainian 'peace formula' and invite them to join its implementation," Nikiforov said.
As a reminder, on May 16, Ramaphosa announced agreements with Zelensky and Putin on a "peace mission". According to him, both leaders are ready to accept it.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Deputy head of the OP Igor Zhovkva said that Ukraine is ready to listen to "peace" proposals from other countries, but the only realistic plan that the country intends to implement with partners around the world is President Zelensky's plan.
- The U.S. accused South Africa of possibly supplying weapons to Russia by freighters. The republic has acknowledged the accusations, but assures that it did not authorize the shipments.
- South Africa asked Russian President Putin not to come to the BRICS summit because of the obligation to arrest him under an arrest warrant issued by The Hague.
- The country wants to grant the dictator "immunity" from arrest, and is preparing the necessary legislation for this purpose.
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