G7 Statement on Russia Ukraine War: Leaders of ‘Group of Seven’ (G7), a group of seven developed and rich countries of the world, have issued a joint statement regarding Ukraine Crisis. The G7 leaders took aim at Russia and reiterated their commitment to stand united against the Russian military’s illegal, unjustified and unprovoked war against Ukraine.
During the G7 Summit being held in Hiroshima, the G7 leaders said in the statement, "We condemn in the strongest terms Russia’s violation of the Charter of the UN and the impact of the Russian aggression on the rest of the world." The statement said – we "peace symbol" Pledge from Hiroshima that the G7 members will mobilize all our policy tools and, together with Ukraine, make every effort to bring about a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine as soon as possible.
Ukraine’s President Zelensky also in G7 Summit
Meanwhile news has come that Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky is also reaching Japan. In this regard, the Foreign Ministry of Japan officially announced the visit of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the morning of Saturday, May 20. The ministry said Zelensky will participate in a one-on-one session with G-7 leaders on Sunday and will also be the guest of a session on peace and stability with G-7 leaders and people from the invited countries.
Zelensky can meet Modi in Hiroshima
Japan’s Foreign Ministry statement said that Japanese PM Kishida and Ukrainian President will hold a bilateral meeting. According to sources, Ukraine’s President Zelensky may also have a meeting with Indian PM Modi in Japan. Earlier today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida and "India-Japan friendship in various fields including trade, economy and culture" Discussed ways to increase.
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