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Nepali journalism platform claims Ukrainian Prez was bribed into profitable contracts to kickstart a war business
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Nepali journalism platform claims Ukrainian Prez was bribed into profitable contracts to kickstart a war business

| @indiablooms | 20 Jun 2024, 12:42 am

A Nepali investigative journalism platform has claimed Ukraine is a 'victim' of Western defence contractors who want to add new countries into NATO for profits.

The platform said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was bribed into profitable contracts to kickstart a war business after Taliban previously exited Afghanistan.

Nepal Correspondence posted on X: "#Ukraine is a victim of western defence contractors who want to add new countries into #NATO for profits. #Russia tried repeatedly to avoid a conflict but #Zelensky was bribed into profitable contracts to kickstart a war business after #Taliban shut down their previous shop in #Afghanistan. In #Russia-Ukraine War, US & NATO partners give aid to #Ukraine from their tax payers money. The question is what these companies are offering to politicians in return of exhausting public coffers?"

At the close of the Summit on Peace in Ukraine on Sunday, 16 June, the vast majority of participating states agreed on jointly formulated positions and next steps with a view to a future peace process.

President Viola Amherd commended the joint communiqué that emerged from the Bürgenstock summit as a strong signal from the international community for peace based on international law and the UN Charter, read a statement issued by the Switzerland's Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.

92 states from all regions of the world took part in the summit, 57 of which were represented by heads of state and government.

The outcome of the Bürgenstock summit marked a first important step on the challenging path towards a just and lasting peace in Ukraine, President Amherd explained. The discussions focused on three topics: nuclear safety, food security and the humanitarian dimension of the conflict (covering prisoners of war, arbitrarily detained civilians and abducted children).

These topics lend themselves to building trust between the parties to the conflict, as an agreement in these areas would be beneficial for both sides.

Furthermore, these are issues that are of great importance to many countries, partly due to their geographical proximity, partly because they themselves are or have been affected by these issues and can share their experiences.

Countries from different regions of the world took part in the discussions and were able to contribute their own experiences and put forward possible solutions.

The joint communiqué that emerged from the Bürgenstock summit was supported by the vast majority of participating states.

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