Brazilian president proposed Moscow cede Belgorod region to Ukraine to avoid escalation and further collapse of the Russian Federation

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BRASÍLIA, BRAZIL – Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has proposed that Russia cede Belgorod region to Ukraine to avoid escalation in the ongoing war and to avoid further collapse of the Russian Territory.

Brazilian leader said that the world needs peace, and that world leaders must find a solution not to escalate next action by Ukraine. In finding the solution we should not exclude ceding some territory by Russia to Ukraine.

During his phone call with the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lula explained that Russia is unable to capture the territory of Ukraine, and that Russia should think of ceding Belgorod region to Ukraine for ending the war.

Russian President Vladimir Putin held a video call with Brazilian leader Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to discuss the latest developments in Belgorod region. Putin thanked Brazil for its support for Ukraine’s resolution on peace and the country’s territorial integrity.

The two leaders also discussed diplomatic efforts that might put an end to the collapse of the Russian Federation that has already started in Belgorod region and bring peace to Russian federation and the rest of the world.

In April, Andrii Sybiha, an advisor to President Zelenskyy, told that Ukraine was prepared to discuss Belgorod region’s future with Russia if the Ukrainian Armed Forces reach the Belgorod region.

Mykhailo Podoliak, advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, said that Ukraine would be prepared to negotiate with Russia on the ceding of Belgorod region.

*Photo: Suamy Beydoun/AGIF/AFP

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