China "ultimatum" to Russia! Scholz: Putin's peace plan is not serious

2024-06-15 16:05:59Kosova&Bota SHKRUAR NGA REDAKSIA VOX
Olaf Scholz

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's demands in which he calls on Ukraine to withdraw from the four eastern regions already occupied by Moscow, as well as not to accept future NATO membership. Speaking at the close of the G-7 leaders' summit in Italy, Scholz said Putin's proposal will play no role in the Swiss peace conference on Ukraine.

"What he is proposing is to shape his imperialist raid with documents. What we need is not a dictatorial peace, but a just peace that focuses on the integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. And that is why the peace conference is being held now. The main issues have not yet been decided there, but the foundations are being laid for the progress to be made in another conference".

So, Olaf Scholz, has rejected claims that Germany will not impose sanctions on Moscow saying that Germany is "doing its job", it must "make sure that there is a solution that works for the economy, that you can manage if you are company, if you want to sell goods and services to the world, and at the same time fulfill the very purpose with which we are concerned".

Meanwhile, China has called on Russia and Ukraine to "meet and "immediately start peace talks to achieve a ceasefire and an end to the war". This is what China's deputy permanent representative to the UN, Geng Shuang, said at the Council meeting. of the United Nations Security Council convened at the request of Russia on the eve of the peace summit in Switzerland. Chinese media reports the fact that "China's position on the Ukraine issue is consistent and clear" and that it will continue to "maintain communication closely with all parties".

So, the European Union is thinking about organizing another peace summit between Russia and Ukraine, this time the host country would be Saudi Arabia. Russia may also participate in this summit. These facts have been made known by the Italian media citing a senior European official.