Marcin Przydacz, the head of the Polish president’s International Policy Bureau, has been chosen to represent Poland in the upcoming peace talks on the Ukraine war. The talks are scheduled to take place during weekend in Saudi Arabia, with discussions commencing on Friday in Jeddah and continuing over the weekend.
Notably, Russia will not be participating in the talks, while China, a key ally of Russia, may be present at the negotiations.
Przydacz expressed his support for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s 10-point peace plan, which was unveiled during a virtual speech to G20 leaders on November 15, 2022. The plan aims to hold accountable those responsible for war crimes, withdraw all Russian troops from Ukrainian territory, restore the country’s territorial integrity, and release all prisoners of war and deportees. Additionally, the plan emphasizes the importance of safeguarding the natural environment, along with energy, food, and nuclear security.
During a recent radio interview, Przydacz affirmed his commitment to standing by President Zelensky’s plan during the Saudi Arabia talks. He also highlighted that energy security, the criminal responsibility of wrongdoers, and the preservation of territorial integrity will be key topics of discussion at the peace talks.