The scandalous plan of reconciliation between Ukraine and Russia by the authorship of three Western analytical centers and the Russian Council of International Affairs has again appeared on the website of the Munich Security Conference.
We recall that on February 14, at the Munich Security Conference, a plan to end the war in Ukraine, jointly developed by three international organizations and the Russian Council on Foreign Affairsб was unveiled. The plan caused fierce criticism because of its anti-Ukrainian orientation.
After a few hours, the text of the plan disappeared from the цуиsite but is now available again.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said that the plan to end the war in Ukraine, known as the “12 Steps to Peace in Donbas,” announced at the Munich Conference, is a private initiative, not an official document of the event.
Earlier Volodymyr Zelensky met with Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder on the sidelines of the 56th Munich Security Conference on Saturday. This was reported by the press service of the head of state.
So, Zelensky told Söder about the progress of reforms aimed at improving the business environment, and also invited the Bavarian business to take advantage of the investment opportunities that are opening up in Ukraine.
"We have adopted many laws that are related to fiscalization, deoffshorization. Also, laws aimed at attracting investment, for example, the law on concession," the Ukrainian leader said.
The interlocutors agreed to develop interregional cooperation and expand cooperation between the twin cities of Ukraine and Bavaria. The parties also discussed the situation in Donbas.
“We want an end to the war, and therefore we are primarily interested in fulfilling the Minsk agreements,” Zelensky emphasized.