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Mexico proposes international peace committee for Ukraine with Prime Minister Modi

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oi-Prakash KL

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Posted: Friday September 23rd 2022, 0:52 AM [IST]

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United Nations, September 23: Mexico has once again fought for the creation of a peace committee with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pope Francis and others to find an end to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Mexico fights for the international peace committee for Ukraine with PM Modi

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard formally proposed on Thursday the idea of ​​creating a commission for a global truce. “There is a proposal from the Mexican president to create a committee for peace and dialogue in Ukraine with the participation of other heads of state and government, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pope Francis,” said Ebrard Casaubon during the UNSC briefing on Ukraine.

He said the commission’s goal is to generate new mechanisms for dialogue and create additional spaces for mediation, “that build trust, reduce tensions and pave the way for lasting peace.”

Earlier, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he planned to submit a written proposal to the UN to create a commission, made up of three world leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In order to prevent wars and trade wars, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador plans to submit a written proposal to the UN to create a commission, made up of three world leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

According to a report on MSN, the proposal was to promote a five-year global truce without war or trade war. “I’ll put the proposal in writing, I’ll take it to the UN. I said it and I hope the media will help us get it out. Because they don’t talk when it’s not convenient for them “, indicates the site. quoted Obrador during a press conference.

The top commission is expected to include Pope Francis, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Mexican president said.

“The three of them meet and soon present a proposal to stop the war everywhere, and reach an agreement to ask for a truce of at least five years, so that the governments of the world devote themselves to supporting their peoples, especially the people who suffer. make the most of war and its effects; that we have five years without tension, without violence and with peace,” he said.

Meanwhile, India told the UN Security Council on Thursday that the need of the hour was to end the conflict in Ukraine and resume dialogue and said the nuclear issue was of particular concern, highlighting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assertion to Russian President Vladimir Putin that this cannot be an era of war.

“The trajectory of the Ukrainian conflict is a matter of deep concern for the entire international community. The prospects for the future look even more worrisome. The nuclear issue is of particular concern,” Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said during of a 15-nation Security Council briefing. on Ukraine “Fight against impunity”.

Article first published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 0:52 [IST]