Brazilian President Warns Against NATO Presence near Russia’s Borders

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said that NATO should not be located near the borders of Russia.

The President of Brazil noted that this issue could become one of the points of peace talks on the situation in Ukraine.

And he added during a press interview on Thursday: “It is unacceptable that NATO should be able to deploy its forces on the borders with Russia.”

The President of Brazil stressed the need for all sides of the confrontation to make concrete concessions. He said: “Maybe it is not even necessary to discuss the issue of Crimea, but the issue with other regions should be reconsidered. At the same time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky cannot hope to get everything he wants and desires. .”

Earlier, President Lula da Silva stressed that Russia is the guarantor of long-term peace throughout the world.

The President of Brazil took the initiative to develop a new international formula to create an opportunity for dialogue between Moscow and Kiev and stressed his readiness, if necessary, to mediate in direct negotiations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart.

Source: TASS

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