The involvement of new countries in the work of the Energy Security Group will help accelerate the implementation of President Zelenskyy’s Peace Formula. This was stated by Minister of Energy of Ukraine German Galushchenko during a meeting with Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities of Denmark Lars Aagaard, in which the parties discussed cooperation between the countries within the working group “President’s Peace Formula: Energy Security”. In particular, they discussed the involvement of new members of the working group, with Norway recently joining the co-chairs.
German Galushchenko thanked his counterpart for the effective work of the Danish side and noted that the co-chairmanship of Denmark and Poland in this group was extremely important and productive. Lars Aagaard, in turn, reiterated Denmark’s support for the initiative of the President of Ukraine on the Peace Formula.
The parties noted the success of the third meeting of national security and foreign policy advisors in Malta.
They also discussed the involvement of a wider range of countries in the work on the Peace Formula.
“The approaches we are developing together in the framework of the Peace Formula can provide valuable information in a global context. The wider the geographical coverage of the Energy Security Group, the more valuable the results we can achieve together,” said German Galushchenko.
The meeting also discussed energy security proposals for the final document on the implementation of the Peace Formula, which will be considered at the Global Peace Summit.