White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan is set to attend a meeting in Copenhagen this weekend with senior security officials from the United States, the European Union, and other countries that have been supporting Ukraine since the Russian invasion. The meeting aims to discuss strategies to achieve a “just and lasting peace” in Ukraine. Participants will include countries that remained neutral after the invasion, as well as those that did not condemn the invasion and have not adhered to Western sanctions against Moscow. These may include officials from India, Brazil, South Africa, China, and Turkey. Although informal, the talks are of crucial importance to Ukraine’s counter-offensive against Russia, which began in early June and has seen modest success. Following the state visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the United States on Thursday, the Copenhagen meeting will seek to encourage greater international participation in efforts to resolve the crisis.