Mexico Presented Proposal To UN For Peaceful Solution To Ukraine War

Mexico presented proposal to the UN For a peaceful solution to the Ukraine war.

PM Modi, Pope, and Guterres committee formed for lasting peace in Ukraine; Mexico’s foreign minister proposed to the UN.

Mexico has presented a proposal to the United Nations for a peaceful solution to the Ukraine war.

The resolution calls for the United Nations to set up a committee to hold talks with the leaders of the two warring countries.

The committee should consist of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, Pope Francis, and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres.

This committee should hold talks with the President of Russia and Ukraine for lasting peace in Ukraine and to resolve the deadlocks that have arisen.

Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Luis Ebrard Casaubon made the proposal during a discussion on Ukraine at the UN Security Council on Thursday.

“Mexico recognizes that in the conditions that have arisen, the most effective measures are needed to establish peace,” he said.

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has considered the implementation of this proposal necessary for the world.

The offer from Mexico comes days after Prime Minister Modi told Russian President Putin in Samarkand that the present time is not for war.

This statement of PM Modi has been welcomed by many western countries including America, France, and Britain.

America’s Assistant Defense Secretary Dr. Eli Ratner has said that Prime Minister Modi’s statement regarding the Ukraine war in talks with the Russian President is praiseworthy.

We welcome his desire for peace in Ukraine.

Earlier, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan had called Modi’s statement correct and justified. Said that America very much welcomes this statement.

Ukraine seeks India’s help in the Zaporizhia case.

The issue of the Zaporizhia nuclear plant also cropped up during External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Deniz Schmihal in New York.

Prime Minister Shamihal has sought India’s help to resolve the impasse over the nuclear plant. The Ukrainian plant has been occupied by the Russian military since March.

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