G7 Discusses Ukraine’s Peace Proposal

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US Secretary of State Blinken has discussed Ukraine’s peace proposal with his G7 partners. The G7 discussed Ukraine’s peace proposal, which President Volodymyr Zelensky voiced during his meeting with US President Joe Biden. This was reported by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, CNN reports. He noted that he had discussed Ukraine’s peace proposal with his G7 partners. “I can just tell you that we’re looking at what he (Zelensky - ed.) has put forward. I just watched a video with our G7 partners this morning. And that’s one of the things we talked about,” Blinken told reporters. The US Secretary of State called Zelensky’s peace formula “a good start”. “These are things that everyone should be able to, in one way or another, to rally to,” he said. However, Blinken did not say how long it would take for the USA and Ukraine to evaluate the plan together. US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said that the parties agreed to review the plan yesterday at a meeting between Zelensky and his US counterpart Joe Biden. “It’s clear from all of our conversations with Ukraine, including the conversations between President Biden and President Zelensky yesterday, that we have the same goals: a free and independent, prosperous, democratic Ukraine that demonstrates that the principles of the United Nations Charter are respected, including territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence, and this is something that the president reiterated yesterday,” Blinken said. He added that Russia has shown “no meaningful interest” in diplomacy to end the war. Earlier, the WSJ reported that next February Ukraine will present a peace plan based on President Volodymyr Zelensky’s peace formula. We shall remind, at the G20 summit Zelensky voiced the Ukrainian peace formula which includes ten points.