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    Iraq withdraws its signature from the Swiss peace summit statement

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    Iraq withdraws its signature from the Swiss peace summit statement Empty Iraq withdraws its signature from the Swiss peace summit statement

    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Jun 2024, 5:02 am

    [size=38]Iraq withdraws its signature from the Swiss peace summit statement[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk Event: Iraq withdrew its signature on the joint statement at the Swiss peace summit related to the war in Ukraine, bringing the number of countries signing the joint statement to only 78 out of 91 countries.
    While the Swiss Foreign Ministry published the first list of countries that signed the joint statement, which included 80 countries, an amendment was made to the final list, which showed the withdrawal of the signatures of Iraq and Jordan from the list, according to the Kiev Independent.
    78 countries, including Ukraine and four European institutions, signed the final joint statement of the Swiss peace summit on June 16, while countries noticeably absent from the list of signatories include India, Armenia, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Indonesia, Bahrain, Colombia, South Africa, Thailand, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates.
    Representatives of nearly 100 countries and organizations met in the Bürgenstock resort in Switzerland from June 15 to 16 to discuss a possible path toward peace and other major concerns related to Russia's ongoing war against Ukraine. According to new data, 78 countries remain on the list, not 80, after Iraq has withdrawn. and Jordan signed the document.
    The joint statement of the World Peace Summit in Switzerland includes specific goals set by participants to achieve peace in Ukraine, including ensuring the safe use of nuclear energy, preventing attacks on civilian infrastructure, releasing all prisoners of war, and returning illegally deported Ukrainian children.
    Reuters said that the countries that refused to sign had complaints and reservations about some provisions of the final statement.
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