The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has called on NATO and the G7 countries to refrain from establishing a “bad peace” in Ukraine, which implies territorial concessions from Kiev. This was reported by RIA Novosti, citing the Guardian newspaper.
The British Prime Minister during his visit to the capital of Rwanda, Kigali, commented on the possible peaceful settlement of the situation in Ukraine. He sent a message to his colleagues from NATO and the Big Seven.
“Now is not the time to encourage Ukrainians to agree to a bad peace, a peace for which they offer to give up in exchange for a ceasefire,” Johnson said, adding that such a scenario would be “catastrophic.” ”
The publication recalls that the G7 summit will be held in Germany on June 26-27. The NATO summit will be held in Madrid in a few days.
Earlier, Venezuelan MP Julio Chavez said that food and energy agreements signed by President Nicolas Maduro with African and Middle Eastern countries were necessary to protect Venezuela from the crisis. He said that NATO countries are to blame for the crisis and continue to put pressure on Russia. He expressed confidence that such measures would enable the country to continue to increase production levels and prosperity.