"Russia cannot occupy Ukraine": Zelenskyy tells how Brazil can help bring peace closer. Video
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is convinced that such a large country as Brazil can and should influence the end of the bloody war in Ukraine. Completion of full-scale actions is in the interests of Brazilians themselves, but for this to happen, the country's leader, Lula da Silva, should learn the truth about the invasion of the occupiers and stop repeating the methods of Russian propagandists.
The president said this in an interview with Globo, as reported by the press service of his office. Brazil must be a participant in the implementation of the Peace Formula proposed by Ukraine (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the page).
"In particular, this concerns the implementation of the paragraph on global food security, because helping our country export agricultural products also means helping other countries that suffer from food shortages and may be on the verge of starvation," the leader of the Ukrainian nation said.
He also believes that da Silva can provide serious assistance in the humanitarian sphere. Brazilian sappers could take part in de-mining the territories of our country, relieving our farmers of the fear of dying while performing their work.
"President Lula should use all his resources to bring peace. Every leader is responsible for whether there is a war in the world or not. I would like to meet with my colleague and tell him personally what is really happening in this war," the guarantor said.
According to Zelenskyy, the position of Brazil and other Latin American countries is very important for Ukraine today. Lula da Silva could play a leading role in organising a multilateral meeting between Ukraine and Latin American leaders so that they get to know our country better.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, pro-Russian Lula da Silva said that it was time for the United States to stop participating in Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine by supplying aid to the latter. In his opinion, this "conflict" is of interest only to the heads of the two states - Vladimir Zelenskyy and Vladimir Putin.
However, this sympathy for the Kremlin and the repetition of its narratives did not prevent the politician from becoming the new president of Brazil, overtaking incumbent leader Bolsonaro in the second round by a narrow margin.