Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

BREAKING: Zelensky Asks Neutral Country To Organize Peace Talks

Is the end in sight for the deep state war between Ukraine and Russia?

According to sources, Zelensky has asked Switzerland, a neutral country, to organize ‘high-level’ peace talks to facilitate an end to the ongoing conflict.

While this is great news, there is a catch—a massive, glaring catch.

Russia will not be invited to these peace talks. How can these talks be expected to go anywhere if Russia, the other party to the conflict, is not invited?


WLTR has continued to see inside sources whisper that the end of the war is near with Russia as the clear victor.

Insiders within Zelensky’s administration have privately admitted that they believe the war is lost and are ready to enter into negotiations with Russia. Here’s what is currently being reported:

Daily Mail clarified:

It is understood that Russia will not be invited to the conference.

However, he expressed that he would be keen for China to attend: ‘We would want the countries of the global south to be present, for sure, we would want China to be involved.’

No official timescale was given for when the summit might be held.

Independent news host Joe Quinn remarked on this glaring catch-22 from Zelensky:

“Not what is seems. Today Zelensky asked Switzerland to hold a high-level peace summit of world leaders on ending the conflict in Ukraine – but without inviting Russia.

A peace summit without the involvement of one of the warring parties is not a peace summit but another round of begging for support.”

CNBC also featured this related development, further indicating that the end of the conflict is near:

Switzerland, which hosted the NSA representatives, said the Ukraine peace talks aimed to finalise principles “for a lasting and just peace in Ukraine” at the level of national security advisers.

The principles, it said in a statement last week, should form the basis for the next stages of the peace process.


Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Leave a comment
Thanks for sharing!