Indonesian Settlement Proposal Rejected by Ukrainian Defense Ministry

Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Volodymyr Gavrilov said in an interview with Reuters that he rejects the “Korean option” proposed by Indonesia to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.

According to the agency, Gavrilov emphasized the rejection of the proposal to create a demilitarized zone.

“We will not discuss any agreements related to the loss of our lands, including Crimea,” Gavrilov added.

Earlier, the Minister of Defense proposed Indonesia Prabowo Subianto, a plan for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine, including a ceasefire, the establishment of a demilitarized zone and the deployment of UN peacekeepers.

The Indonesian minister stressed that the measures he mentioned have “proved their effectiveness in the course of history”, citing the situation on the Korean peninsula as an example. He proposed to resolve the conflict in Ukraine by creating a demilitarized zone, similar to the one established between South and North Korea.

It is known that the Kremlin has previously stated that the situation in Ukraine can move in a peaceful direction, provided that the real situation and new realities are taken into account, and of course, all Moscow’s demands are well known to everyone.

Source: News

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