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Italy: we need a just peace in Ukraine

Italy wants to see a "just peace" that ends Russia' nine-month-old invasion of Ukraine, foreign minister Antonio Tajani stated on Tuesday after "excellent" talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba.

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Need justice for peace in Ukraine - Tajani

Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin need to negotiate a peace ending the eight-month-old conflict between their countries, but any settlement must involve "justice" and the former Soviet republic's territorial integrity, according to Italy.

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Italy to keep seeking peace in Ukraine

Italy will keep up the quest for a diplomatic solution to the 131-day-old war in Ukraine and is undeterred by Russia's president Vladimir Putin's lack of interest in peace, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio said on Monday.

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Agriculture key to lasting peace, security - FAO

The head of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has called for greater funding for agriculture to ensure there’s available and accessible food in crisis situations, noting that conflict “remains the single greatest driver of hunger.”

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Putin must show he wants peace - Italy

Russia's president Vladimir, who ordered the devastating military offensive in Ukraine, is the only person who can end the war and must show he wants peace, according to Italy's foreign minister.

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Italy hails landmark peace deal in Sudan

Italy has welcomed the peace accord inked in the South Sudan's capital Juba at the weekend between Sudan's transitional government and rebel groups aimed at ending decades of war in which hundreds of thousands died.

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