On Saturday, Denmark will host a meeting organized by Ukraine that will bring together numerous nations, including those that have remained neutral during Russia’s invasion, to propose a road to peace.
Few facts regarding the meeting have leaked. However, a Western official who spoke on the condition of anonymity stated that White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan would be present.
According to the source, the summit in Copenhagen would examine measures to achieve a “just and lasting peace” in Ukraine.
According to the source, the invitees include top security officials from the United States, the European Union, and other nations that have supported Ukraine since Russia invaded last year, as well as those who have not condemned the invasion.
They did not disclose which countries were involved.
“We have worked very hard inside (the) G7 on a peace formula,” said a European diplomatic source, also speaking on condition of anonymity.
“So the idea is to go beyond that and involve key actors like Brazil and India. We frankly expect and wish that China will be there.”
The meeting was first reported by the UK’s Financial Times.