On June 25, a delegation of the office of the president of Ukraine and the Ministry of foreign affairs of Ukraine held talks in Denmark with national security advisers from Brazil, Great Britain, Denmark, the EU, Italy, India, Canada, Germany, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, the USA, Turkey, Ukraine, France and Japan. These negotiations began back at the G7 summit on May 20 in Japan.
Each point of the peace formula corresponds to the resolutions of the UN General Assembly, and in general, the Formula conforms to the international principles of the UN Charter. Ukraine is confident that this list of 10 points will become the basis for restoring and strengthening global peace.
The participants in the talks in Copenhagen discussed the venue of the future Global Peace Summit, and Ukraine put forward its candidacy. The head of the Ukraine president's office, Andriy Yermak, announced this.
The talks on June 25 demonstrate international support for Ukraine, and the presence of South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Turkey testifies to building trust and cultivating new diplomatic relations between our states.