Ukraine (bbabo.net), - Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said he was not going to please anyone with his views on the Ukrainian conflict. This is reported by Reuters.
Lula's comment comes after a flurry of criticism in the West for suggesting that Kyiv shares the blame for what is happening.
According to Lenta.ru on April 23, da Silva said that Brazil does not consider it necessary to please anyone with its position on the Ukrainian crisis, it is important to bring the parties to the conflict to the negotiating table.
“I want to find a third alternative [to resolve the conflict], which is to build peace,” the Brazilian president said.
He once again called for a cessation of hostilities, noting that his country is ready to mediate in the negotiations.
“It is better to find a way out at the table than to keep looking for a way out on the battlefield,” Lula stated.
As bbabo.net previously reported, the topic of Ukraine became one of the key issues during the meeting between the leaders of China and Brazil. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who is in China on a state visit, agreed that "dialogue and negotiations are the only viable way out of the Ukrainian crisis, and all efforts to promote a peaceful resolution of the crisis should be encouraged and supported," they say. in a statement following the talks in Beijing. The Brazilian leader's visit to China will end on April 15.