Italy submits peace plan for Ukraine to UN

Italy submits peace plan for Ukraine to UN

Italy foreign minister said that Italy has submitted a peace plan for Ukraine to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.


Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said during a Council of Europe meeting in Turin, Italy, that the plan submitted Thursday calls for local cease-fires to evacuate civilians along humanitarian corridors, and creating the conditions for a general cease-fire leading “to a long-lasting peace.”

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In Brussels, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said he was aware of the plan, adding the European Union is “putting all our efforts into trying to bring this conflict to an end.”


Borrell said it’s up to Ukraine to decide the terms of any negotiations.


He said that he hopes that “when the time comes for negotiations to take place; Ukraine will be able to negotiate from a position of strength.”


He called on all EU nations to remain united on all fronts in the war.


Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has confirmed about 80 cases of monkeypox with recent outbreaks reported in 11 countries, according to a statement Friday from the global health agency.


The outbreaks are unusual because they are occurring in countries where the virus is not endemic, according to the WHO.


More cases will likely be reported in the coming days as surveillance broadens, it said.

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