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Selinski peace plan summit in the European capital

Selinski peace plan summit in the European capital

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has proposed holding a summit meeting on his peace plan in a European capital. Wouldn’t that add to Europe’s global power? I am sure of this, Zelensky said yesterday at the EU summit in Brussels, to which he was linked by video.

Zelensky presented a ten-point plan with peace terms with Russia in November at the G-20 summit in Bali, also via video speech. These include the complete withdrawal of Russian forces from Ukrainian territory and reparations payments. In December, Zelensky proposed to hold a summit meeting on this topic, and now he is fleshing out the idea.

Zelensky said he would also be willing to host the summit in Kiev “in the near future”. “But we are well aware that under the current conditions, unfortunately, many leaders cannot come to Ukraine,” he said. That is why he requests the help of the Europeans in organizing this summit.

Life returns to destroyed villages

After a visit to the Chersonesos region in southern Ukraine, which Ukrainian forces had largely recaptured in the fall, Zelensky came to a positive conclusion. “In some places more than 90 percent of the buildings have been destroyed,” Zelensky said in his nightly video address. “But even in villages like this, people are coming back, and it’s proof that life still wins.” Ukraine will do everything possible to “rebuild our territory.”

Even the fields around Chersonesos are coming to life. “It gives me great pleasure to see the fields in the Kherson region, cleared of Russian mines and shells, being cultivated and brought back to life,” Zelensky said. However, there are still enough mined fields. “There is still enough work for our pioneers and pyrotechnics.” But Zelensky stressed that he is confident that these regions will be liberated from all the murderous legacies of Russia. “All Ukraine will live.”

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In this context, Zelensky extended special thanks to Finland. Yesterday the government in Helsinki decided to deliver three Leopard demining vehicles to Ukraine.