Summit on Peace in Ukraine, Bürgenstock, Switzerland, June 15-16, 2024

On 15 and 16 June 2024, Switzerland is organising a Summit on Peace in Ukraine at the Bürgenstock (Canton of Nidwalden). It is a heads of state and government meeting aiming to develop a common understanding of a path towards a just and lasting peace in Ukraine. This should be the basis for a peace process.

More than 70 confirmations of participation at Head of State and Government level and organisations have been registered so far.

The summit will build on the discussions that have taken place in recent months, notably the Ukrainian peace formula and other peace proposals based on the UN Charter and key principles of international law. The overarching objective of the summit is to inspire a future peace process. To achieve this, the summit intends to:

  • Provide a platform for dialogue on ways towards a comprehensive, just and lasting peace for Ukraine based on international law and the UN Charter;
  • Promote a common understanding of a possible framework to reach this goal;
  • Jointly define a roadmap on how to involve both parties in a future peace process.

The participation of a wide range of states and their contributions to the discussion will be crucial to reach these goals. Switzerland has a long tradition of promoting dialogue. Thus, it considers the exchange of different views on the way to peace in Ukraine of vital importance.

More information on the Peace Summit is available at the website of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) of Switzerland.

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