Disappearance of some countries' signatures from the Peace Summit resolution: Kuleba explains what happened

Disappearance of some countries' signatures from the Peace Summit resolution: Kuleba explains what happened

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba / Photo: Getty Images

Countries that did not participate in the summit can also join the general document.

§Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba commented on the situation regarding the disappearance of some countries' signatures from the communiqué of the Peace Summit in Switzerland.

He discussed this on the air of the telethon.

According to the Foreign Minister, Swiss colleagues included in the initially published list of signatories some countries that had not yet definitively confirmed their participation.

"That's why when these countries applied, they said: "Wait, we are still reviewing this document". It was being edited until the last moment, so they were removed from the list," Kuleba explained.

He noted that the first to stir up the wave regarding the withdrawal of signatures from the general communiqué were Russian media and Kremlin propaganda.

Kuleba also mentioned that there were several countries that could not attend the Peace Summit but are considering adding their signatures to the general communiqué. He cannot name these countries yet but says that they are from different regions of the world.

"There are a few countries from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, several countries from Oceania and Asia. Essentially, from all continents," Kuleba added.

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