First country signs Peace Summit communique after conference, – Zelenskyy

Summit on Peace in Ukraine in Burgenstock. Photo: Volodymyr Zelenskyy/X

Antigua and Barbuda has joined the Global Peace Summit’s communique as the first country that did not attend the conference in Burgenstock.

This was announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on X.

“It is the first country that did not attend the Summit but later joined the final document. This demonstrates that our Peace Formula and vision for a just and lasting peace are shared by every continent and region of the world, from Europe to the Caribbean. And this coalition will only grow,” Ukraine’s President noted.

He added that the expectations of the Peace Summit format have been met as involving new participants in the aftermath of the event is what was one of the goals for Ukraine.

Previously, the Ecumenical Patriarchate signed the document on the peace in Ukraine.

The Summit on Peace in Ukraine was held on June 15-16 in the Swiss resort of Burgenstock. The summit participants discussed nuclear security, food security and the humanitarian dimension – the exchange of prisoners and the return of kidnapped Ukrainian children.

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