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Lula offers Putin his mediation work to settle the conflict in Ukraine

The Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silvatoday offered his mediation work for the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine to the Russian leader, Vladimir Putinin the framework of a telephone conversation.

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Lula He presented his vision on the possible efforts mediators in search of ways to settle the conflict in Ukrainereported the Kremlin it’s a statement.

He also shared with putin “Your impressions on the recent summit of the G7 which was held in Japan and where the Ukrainian president participated, Volodymyr Zelensky.

For his part, the head of the kremlin underlined Russia’s open readiness to political-diplomatic dialogue, “which is currently blocked by kyiv and its Western backers”, he points out.

The leaders also addressed issues on the bilateral agenda and their joint work within the framework of the group BRICSwhose summit in August in South Africa both leaders could attend.

putin said he had interrupted his participation in a meeting with representatives of the world of business to talk to his Brazilian colleague.

He stressed that Brazil is the main economic and commercial partner of Russia in Latin Americaalthough he did admit that the exchanges have slowed down “a bit” of late.

“We will correct the situation as we already do with other countries and regions of the world. Here the output is simple: move to national currency accountshe commented during said meeting.

Lula, who did not get to meet with Zelensky in Japanese lands, he traveled to the summit of the G7 with “a message of peace” and proposed tackling the war within the framework of the UN Security Council.

In recent months, the Brazilian leader has firmly defended the need to stop hostilities between Russia and Ukraineand has proposed the creation of a group of countries to act as a mediator between the two sides.

In turn, it has been accused by several Western countries of trying to put on the same plane “to the aggressor and to the aggressed”.

Source: Elcomercio

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