Zelensky outlines the path to peace in an impassioned G20 speech
In a speech at the G20 summit, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy listed a number of measures needed to end the war in his country.
Speaking virtually to world leaders gathered in Bali, Indonesia, Zelenskyy said Russia must agree to Ukraine’s territorial integrity, withdraw its troops from its country and seek compensation for the damage caused by Vladimir Putin’s invasion to count.
He outlined how there should be an expansion of the Black Sea Grains Initiative, allowing the safe passage of ships carrying food, as well as the immediate withdrawal of all “fighters” from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, control of which should be transferred to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
He also called for the return of thousands of captive military personnel and civilians, including 11,000 children, who were forcibly deported to Russia.
“When all anti-war measures are implemented, a document confirming the end of the war should be signed by the parties,” Zelenskyy said.
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