President Jokowi stated that Indonesia was ready to be involved in a peaceful solution to the Russo-Ukrainian war. He stated his readiness because Indonesia wanted the war that was raging in the eastern European country to end soon.
“I also emphasize that a peaceful solution can be put forward and Indonesia is ready to contribute to the peace effort,” Jokowi said in a virtual press conference broadcast by the Presidential Secretariat on Friday (29/4).
Jokowi also admitted that he had invited the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky and the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, to the G20 summit which will take place in Bali in November.
Putin, he continued, admitted that he was ready to attend the international forum.
The war that is raging in Ukraine is in the world’s spotlight. In the midst of the process of economic recovery due to the impact of Covid-19, now the world economy is said to have been shaken by the impact of the conflict.
In an effort to stop the war, Russia and Ukraine have repeatedly held negotiations. However, there were no significant results.
The last negotiations took place in Turkey at the end of March. The results of the meeting, including the possibility of a meeting between the presidents of the two countries, Ukraine is ready to be neutral and non-nuclear, further negotiations on the status of Crimea for 15 years, guaranteeing Ukraine’s security, and failing to reach a ceasefire.