Tuesday, June 11, 2024

'Peace summit' on Ukraine may antithetically prolong conflict — Japanese lawmaker

The upcoming conference on Ukraine in Switzerland, which is being called a "peace summit," may, on the contrary, lead to the prolongation of the conflict, a member of the upper house of the Japanese parliament, Muneo Suzuki, told a TASS correspondent.

"They call it a 'peace summit,' but I am worried that it will instead end up being a summit that will prolong the conflict," Suzuki said.

"I spoke with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on May 14 and June 6 and recommended that he take a strong initiative for a ceasefire," he added, expressing hope that Kishida would do so at the upcoming G7 summit in Italy and at the Ukraine conference in Switzerland.

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