South Africa is conducting intensive consultations with stakeholders on various aspects of the planned trip of the African peace mission to Moscow and Kyiv. This was announced by the official representative of the President of the country Vincent Magvenia, reports TASS.
He did not confirm, but did not deny, plans to send a representative to Moscow over the coming weekend to agree on the details of the trip. “If and when it becomes necessary for us to make an announcement, then we will do it,” said Magvenya. Earlier, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced a visit to Moscow by a delegation of African countries to discuss a peace plan for Ukraine. According to him, the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, came up with such an initiative. The peace mission of African leaders who will visit Russia and Ukraine will also include Zambia, Senegal, Congo, Uganda and Egypt. The South African government said they were encouraged that the Russian and Ukrainian leaders welcomed the initiative.