Saudi Arabia will host talks on the Ukraine crisis in Jeddah on Saturday, August 5.
According to the state news agency SPA, national security advisers and representatives of several countries are gathering in Jeddah. To find a solution to the Ukraine crisis.
This meeting is part of the humanitarian initiatives and continuous efforts of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The Saudi Crown Prince has been in contact with the leaders of Russia and Ukraine. Since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman contacted the leaders of the two countries and expressed his commitment. That “Saudi Arabia is ready for a peace mission to reach a lasting solution.”
“Saudi Arabia wants to support all efforts and measures to reduce the impact of the Ukraine crisis. And the burden of human suffering arising from it.”
According to SPA, the Saudi government wants the Jeddah meeting to assist in accessing all methods of resolving the Ukraine crisis.
Contribute to the promotion of dialogue through dialogue, solidarity, and the exchange of ideas at the global level.
A solution to the Ukraine crisis should be find by using political and diplomatic. Means so that international peace and security can be stabilise and the world can be protect from the economic, security, and humanitarian problems of the Ukraine crisis.
Earlier, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat quoted sources as saying that Saudi Arabia will host talks on the Ukrainian crisis on August 5 and 6.
The Jeddah talks will be held at the level of national security advisers. A continuation of the June summit in Copenhagen.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that he is grateful to Saudi Arabia for providing a platform for negotiations.
In a statement on Twitter, he said, “A meeting of national security advisors and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will begin in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday.”
“Many countries will be represent in the meeting, including the countries of different continents in the Global South”.
“This is very important because issues like food security and the fate of millions of people in Africa, Asia, and other parts of the world directly depend on how quickly the world will implement the peace formula,” he said.