After the Bürgenstock, what remains of the Swiss initiative?

After the Bürgenstock, what remains of the Swiss initiative?
After the Bürgenstock, what remains of the Swiss initiative?

Published on June 21, 2024 at 7:29 p.m. / Modified on June 21, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.

What will the Bürgenstock summit be used for? The day after the most important diplomatic meeting ever organized by Switzerland, many questions remain unanswered. If the exercise was a diplomatic success for Bern, everything remains to be done to create a real dynamic of peace. Since Monday, the phone of Gabriel Lüchinger, the Swiss ambassador responsible for coordinating and monitoring the conference, has been heating up even more. Many states are requesting information on a final communiqué, the result of vigorous negotiation, which is open to new signatures as well as on the future role of Switzerland. The objective of a second summit, with Russia, is for the moment suspended on the will of the countries of the South to take up, or not, an initiative to which they are currently only very partially involved. associates. Update one week after this diplomatic whirlwind.

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