Switzerland will organize a world peace summit on Ukraine

The President of the Swiss Federal Council confirmed her intention to organize a top-level peace conference on Ukraine.

After meeting with President Volodymyr Zelensky, Viola Amherd confirmed her country’s intention to organize a top-level peace conference on Ukraine.

Amherd said the issue of implementing Kiev’s peace initiatives was one of the main topics discussed during her meeting with the Ukrainian president. – Mr Zelensky asked me whether Switzerland would be willing to organize a high-level peace summit in this situation, and I confirmed that Switzerland is willing to organize a conference. We agreed that further details would be carefully analyzed to ensure the success of the peace process, she added.

The politician emphasized that representatives of both countries will immediately begin preparations for the peace conference, and “from our side, the preparations will be supervised by the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”

– Switzerland will also fight for a broad, just and long-lasting peace in Ukraine in the future. Switzerland would like to contribute to this, Amher emphasized.

Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine: If we run out of weapons, we will fight with spades

– Even if we run out of weapons, we will fight in spades. Because for Ukraine, the survival of the nation is at stake, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said in an interview with ABC News. He also ruled out any negotiations with Russia until Ukraine “takes a much stronger position on the battlefield.”

Currently, the Ukrainian army is in the “active defense” phase and is trying to stop the advancing Russian forces, said the commander of the Ukrainian Land Forces, General Oleksandr Syrski. According to him, the intensity of fighting on both sides has decreased in recent weeks. At the same time, he emphasized that the Ukrainian army still lacks ammunition.

Earlier, Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuri Ihnat spoke about the shortage of anti-aircraft guided missiles, and the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Army, General Valery Zaluzhny, admitted that the army was facing personnel shortages.

Source: Do Rzeczy