They recognize the caution of Russia, Ukraine, the UN and the Vatican regarding AMLO’s peace proposal – El Sol de México

Moscow, kyiv, India, the UN and the Vatican responded with reservations to President Andrés Manuel López’s peace plan to end the war between Russia and Ukraine, recognized the permanent representative of Mexico to the United Nations, Juan Ramón de la Fuente .

In an article published this Friday in Just Security, a US online political discussion forum, signed by Juan Ramón de la Fuente and Pablo Arrocha Olabuenaga, Mexico’s legal and Sanctions coordinator at the United Nations.

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The diplomats affirmed that in recent days, they held several bilateral meetings with all the relevant actors at the ambassadorial level on the peace proposal in New York, and that more will be held at the ministerial level on the sidelines of the high-level week of the General Assembly.

“So far, albeit cautiously, all parties have expressed interest in learning more about this proposal,” they wrote.

The proposal was officially presented on Thursday by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard in the Security Council and the Plenary of the United Nations General Assembly, but in neither of the two forums was it supported or adopted by any country.

In addition, on Thursday afternoon, the Mexican foreign minister met separately with his counterparts from India, Subrahmanyam Jaishanka and Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, and this Friday he met with Russia’s, Sergei Lavrov, although so far neither of them has issued a formal response to President López Obrador’s proposal.

In his article, Juan Ramón de la Fuente y Olabuenaga warns that Mexico is fully aware that the precondition for any successful mediation effort is the political will of the parties.

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“This initiative is now at the mercy of the political will of the parties. We hope that it will lead to a new chapter in this conflict, governed by diplomacy and political dialogue, for the good of the peoples of the world, who continue to suffer the scourge of war and to whom we will always be responsible for our actions and our omissions. ”, the article states.

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