In a joint communiqué at the summit in Switzerland, 80 countries agreed that Ukraine’s ‘territorial integrity’ should be the basis of any peace deal.
India refused to sign the joint statement and related documents at the ongoing summit, maintaining its long-standing policy of seeking a solution to the conflict through diplomacy and dialogue.

Eighty countries at the summit jointly called for Ukraine’s territorial integrity to be the basis of any peace deal to end Russia’s war, although some major developing countries did not attend.
The two-day conference concluded with the absence of Russia, which was not invited, but many attendees expressed hope that it could join in on a roadmap to peace. 100 delegations, most of them Western countries but also some major developing countries, were present at the conference.