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“Hungary welcomes the Ukrainian peace initiative” – Chief of Staff Katalin Novak was also present at the international peace conference

“Hungary welcomes the Ukrainian peace initiative” – Chief of Staff Katalin Novak was also present at the international peace conference

Major General István Szabó Kun, chief aide to Head of State Katalin Nowak, also participated in the international peace conference, the location of which this time was Malta, Sandor Palace told our newspaper.

Hungary was invited for the first time

As is euronews Reported this weekendThe 10-point peace plan proposed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was also discussed at the event. Before the two-day conference in Malta, there were also meetings in Copenhagen and Jeddah, but Hungary was invited for the first time to the meeting held in relation to the Ukrainian peace formula.

The President of the Hungarian Republic is ready to participate in any peace initiative

– In August, Katalin Novak met with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev, where they also agreed, among other things, for Hungary to join the negotiations on the peace formula initiated by the Ukrainian president – which is why István Szabo-Kun represented our country at the meeting. We also learned from Sandor’s Palace.

Hungary welcomes the Ukrainian peace initiative

He added, “Hungary welcomes the Ukrainian peace initiative and is open to joining the process. We greatly appreciate Hungary’s invitation to this meeting for the first time after the meeting of the Hungarian and Ukrainian presidents on the sidelines of the Crimean platform in August.” – The Major General confirmed in his speech at the international event.

The Malta Peace Conference was held with the participation of more than 60 countries and international organizations, at the level of national security advisors and representatives of foreign ministries. Zelensky presented the peace formula for the first time last August, at the G20 summit. Five of the ten points were discussed in Malta: exchange of prisoners and deported children, restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, nuclear security and energy and food security. Russia was not invited to attend the meeting and China refused to participate.

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