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UN Security Council with Mexican proposal for peace in Ukraine

UN Security Council with Mexican proposal for peace in Ukraine

United Nations, Sep 22 (Prensa Latina) A proposal for peace in Ukraine and the creation of a commission for a world truce was presented today to the UN Security Council by Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard.
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In the message delivered during the 9135th meeting of the Council on ‘Maintenance of peace and security in Ukraine’, Ebrard detailed the initiative on behalf of the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

He proposed that the international community channel its efforts right now to achieve peace in that country, and with it Mexico seeks to strengthen the mediation of Secretary General Antonio Guterres through the formation of a Committee for talks and Peace in Ukraine,with the participation of other heads of state and government, including Narendra Modi of India and His Holiness Pope Francis.

He explained that the objective would be very clear: to generate new mechanisms for dialogue and create complementary spaces for mediation to build trust, reduce tensions and open the way to a lasting peace.

The Mexican delegation will continue with the necessary consultations, with the sole purpose of being able to contribute, as an impartial actor and in good faith, to generate broad support for the mediation efforts led by the Secretary General, as well as the aforementioned Committee, whose formation we hope will proceed with the support of the UN member states that decide to do so.

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