Wolfgang Ischinger, a former top diplomat and until last year Head of the Munich Security Conference, expects international peace negotiations in the Ukraine war in the near future. He could imagine “states like Brazil, like India, maybe even – with a question mark – China” being involved, Ischinger told ZDF television. A nuclear power like Russia would have to be countered by a group of appropriately strong countries. Ischinger thus believes it would be “completely wrong to ignore or dismiss the Chinese peace position paper.” The prerequisite for talks, however, was that Russia was no longer making any progress militarily.
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