Brazil offers a solution to the conflict in Ukraine
Brazil offers a solution to the conflict in Ukraine

Rio De generio: According to Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, the world should come together as a group of nations committed to finding a solution that will bring Russia and Ukraine to a state of peace. He added that Brazil would not provide Kiev with weapons, in contrast to many Western countries.

After meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Brasilia, the capital of the country, the president, who is more commonly known by his first name Lula, said: "It is necessary to constitute a group with enough strength to be respected at a negotiating table, and sit down with both sides."

Lula brought up the G20, a loose association of developed nations with sizable economies that met on a regular basis following the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008.

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"We want to suggest a type of G20 to end the conflict between Russia and Ukraine."

Lula said, "Brazil will make an effort," adding that he had spoken with Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron about the issue. He declared that he would also discuss the matter with other world leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, US Vice President Joe Biden, and others.

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The Brazilian president emphasised that his nation would not send weapons to Ukraine at the same time.

Germany announced last week that it would supply Kiev with heavy armour for the first time, along with the US and several other NATO members. The conflict, according to the Kremlin, will only worsen as a result of the deliveries, and Western tanks will "burn" on the battlefield.

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After Moscow began its military operation in Ukraine in February of last year, Brazil also chose not to impose sanctions on the country. At the time, Jair Bolsonaro, Lula's predecessor as president, claimed that US and EU sanctions against Russia "did not work."


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