Indonesia defence minister Prabowo proposes demilitarised zone, UN referendum for Ukraine peace plan

The defence minister of indonesia has offered a peace plan for the war in Ukraine. It is to calling for a shut off zone and a United Nations referendum in what he called disputed territory. Mr Prabowo Subianto thought about defence and military officials and called them from around the globe gathered at the Shangri-La Dialogue defence meeting in Singapore to issue an announcement calling for a end in hostilities. He offered a multi-point plan which also had a ceasefire “in place at present positions of both conflicting parties” and keeping a demilitarised zone by withdrawing 15km from each party’s forward position.

The demilitarised zone should be kept under observation and operated by a peacekeeping force deployed by the United Nations. He also feels that UN referendum should be held “to find out the willingness of the majority of the residents of the variety of opposed regions. Indonesia’s offer follows President Joko Widodo’s visit in 2022 to Moscow and Kyiv, when he proposed to play peace broker between their leaders and establish peace talks. He was also chairman of the Group of 20 major economies at the time. Mr Josep Borrell, the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, feels that if support of military for Ukraine froze, the war will be expected to come to an end – but the country’s monarch will falling to outside aggression.