On a visit to Spain, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva reaffirmed his intention to find an international formula for the restoration of peace, categorizing the conflict that broke out through the Russian military invasion in Ukraine as a “crazy war”.
“I understand the European perspective on this conflict. It’s unacceptable for one country to invade another country, but it’s a war where I don’t see anyone talking about peace”said the president of Brazil.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva called for efforts for peace “so that Ukraine can keep its territory”withdrawing the recent suggestion regarding possible territorial concessions.
The administration of Brazil has constantly pleaded for a negotiated end to the conflict sparked by the Russian military invasion of Ukraine. President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva recently criticized, during a visit to China, the approach of the United States and the European Union.
“The United States must stop fomenting war and start talking about peace.
And the European Union must start talking about peace”, said Lula da Silva. In response, Washington accused the president of Brazil of imitating Russian and Chinese propaganda.
At the end of last week, Lula da Silva reaffirmed the call for the initiation of negotiations between Russia and Ukraine in order to find a solution to stop the military conflict.
“My administration has criticized the damage to the territorial integrity of Ukraine, but we advocate for a negotiated solution to stop the conflict. We urgently need the establishment of a group of nations to conduct negotiations with both Ukraine and Russia”, emphasized the president of Brazil.
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