Bolsonaro has ‘solution’ to Ukraine war, will share with Zelensky – Observer

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There is a solution to end the war in Ukraine. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said he will soon talk to Ukraine’s prime minister about how to end the conflict. It doesn’t give any details, but it leaves a hint: to follow the path Argentina took in the Falklands War in 1982.

I know what the solution is. But I won’t. Solution to the case … How did Argentina’s war with the United Kingdom end in 1982? That’s all,” he said.

In an interview CNN BrazilBolsonaro clarifies that the dialogue is coming soon and that the request for contact came from the Ukrainian government.

Between April and June 1982, the Falklands War, known as the Falklands War, took place in Argentina. Its origin is a dispute over the island of the same name, which the British call the Falklands. Conflict ended with the surrender of Argentina.

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24 and has been ongoing for more than four months. At the beginning of the conflict, the Brazilian leader assumed that the war would end soon, in a few days, according to the news Globo.

Brazil’s President’s Position on the War Sometimes conflicted. At the United Nations, he supported resolutions criticizing the Russian invasion, but he always characterized the country’s position as neutral. In recent days, Bolsonaro announced that he was going to conclude a deal with Russia Buy diesel at lowest price.

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