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The final communiqué of the Peace Summit was signed by 80 countries: The media found out who refused

Lilia RagutskaWorld
The first Global Peace Summit. Source: Office of the President of Ukraine

Delegations from 80 countries and 4 organizations signed the joint communiqué on the results of the Peace Summit in Switzerland. In total, 101 delegations took part in the event.

Countries such as Saudi Arabia, Thailand, India, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, and the United Arab Emirates did not sign the document. This was reported by Radio Liberty.

The organizers showed journalists following the Global Peace Summit in Switzerland a list of countries and organizations that have signed a joint communiqué following the two-day event.

The list includes 80 countries and 4 organizations.

The final communiqué of the Peace Summit was signed by 80 countries: The media found out who refused

Among those who did not sign the communiqué were delegations from Saudi Arabia, Thailand, India, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, and the United Arab Emirates.

Earlier, Reuters published a draft text of the communiqué, and the final document was published on the website of the President of Ukraine.

The document states that Russia's war in Ukraine is causing enormous destruction and suffering to the Ukrainian people and poses risks to many regions of the world. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has been repeatedly condemned by the UN General Assembly.

The signatories to the communiqué reaffirmed their commitment to protecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of any state, including Ukraine, within its internationally recognized borders, and agreed on several issues.

This includes the need to ensure safety in the use of nuclear energy, including at Zaporizhzhia NPP, which must operate in accordance with the IAEA requirements and under its supervision.

In addition, the signatories of the document are convinced that in order to maintain global food security, it is necessary to guarantee the safety of merchant shipping in the Black and Azov Seas. Attacks on merchant ships and civilian commercial ports are unacceptable, and food security should not be used for military purposes.

They also insist on the release of prisoners of war through an "all-for-all" exchange and the return home of all deported or illegally displaced children and adult citizens of Ukraine.

The signatories of the document are ready to take further concrete steps to achieve these goals.

As a reminder, on June 16, Switzerland hosted the second and final day of the Peace Summit, which was attended by more than 100 delegations from different countries and international organizations.

It was also reported that analysts at the US Institute for the Study of War believe that Putin managed to "crash" the Summit in Switzerland with a misleading statement about "peaceful" negotiations. Putin voiced a number of ultimatum demands, including the disarmament of Ukraine, the lifting of sanctions against Russia and the consent of the Ukrainian authorities, and the demand to officially return not only Crimea but also the regions partially occupied by Russia within their administrative borders to Russia on June 14.

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