- Ukraine and its allies plan a summit of global leaders that would exclude Russia to garner support for Kyiv’s terms for ending the war.
- The 10-point peace plan is being recrafted to make it more acceptable to other global powers, including India, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and China.
- President Biden and other top leaders from NATO would be invited for the meeting which Western diplomats hope can take place shortly before NATO’s annual summit that starts July 11.
- Ukraine has made a concerted effort in recent months to engage with countries such as China, Brazil, and India.
- The peace meeting would seek to place Ukraine and its allies back at the center of that international diplomacy.
Ukraine and Allies Plan Peace Summit Without Russia
Ukraine and its allies plan summit to end the war on their terms, garner support for Kyiv’s peace plan from global powers, and place Ukraine back at the center of international diplomacy.