19:45 13 Jan 2023

Zelensky invites Slovakia and Albania to join "peace formula" intiative

Photo: President's Office

On January 13, President Volodymyr Zelensky held phone calls with the President of Slovakia, Zuzana Čaputová, and the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama.

Rubryka reports, citing the statements on Twitter.

As Zelensky reported, he and Čaputová discussed further Ukrainian-Slovak defense cooperation and joint international events and also invited Slovakia to join the implementation of the "peace formula."

In her turn, the president of Slovakia noted that she discussed with the Ukrainian counterpart "the situation on the frontline, our continued diplomatic and military support and deepening of our bilateral cooperation."

"Slovakia supports Ukraine's efforts at just and lasting peace, including through Peace Formula," she emphasized.

With the prime minister of Albania, the Ukrainian president discussed the situation at the front, the importance of increasing security assistance to Ukraine, and supporting the "peace formula."

He also congratulated Edi Rama on the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Albania and noted the opening of the Albanian embassy in Kyiv.


Recently, the President of Ukraine has been holding phone calls with several European leaders, primarily focusing on the "peace formula" he proposed. In particular, yesterday, Zelensky had a telephone conversation with the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel.

Earlier, Presidents of Ukraine, Lithuania, and Poland, Volodymyr Zelensky, Gitanas Nausieda, and Andrzej Duda, signed a joint declaration based on the results of the Lublin Triangle summit held in Lviv.

The joint declaration of Zelensky, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, and Polish President Andrzej Duda, based on the results of the Lublin Triangle second summit, provides support for holding the Global Peace Formula Summit, creating a special international tribunal against russia and the prospects for Ukraine's membership in the EU and NATO, and continuing defense assistance to Ukrainians.

The Ukrainian "peace formula" consists of guarantees of radiation, nuclear, food, and energy security, as well as the withdrawal of russian troops from the occupied territories.

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