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G-7 countries united in support of Ukraine, said Russia started the war, it should end it



Hiroshima. All member countries issued a joint statement at the G7 leaders’ summit which kicked off in Hiroshima, Japan on Saturday. In this declaration, these 7 Member States declared that they remain committed against Russia’s illegal, unjustified and unprovoked war against Ukraine.

The joint statement says the Group of Seven leaders are taking concrete steps to help Ukraine counter Russia’s unlawful aggression, “for as long as it takes.” During it, members of the Group of Seven resolved to strengthen disarmament and non-proliferation efforts to advance towards the ultimate goal of a nuclear-weapon-free world with less security for all.

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In Hiroshima, the “symbol of peace”, the members of the G7 pledged to mobilize all their political instruments with Ukraine and to do everything possible to establish a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine as soon as possible.

G7 members condemned Russia’s flagrant violation of the United Nations (UN) Charter and the impact of the Russian war on the rest of the world. “15 months of Russian aggression have killed thousands of people, caused immense suffering to the people of Ukraine and threatened access to food and energy for many of the world’s most vulnerable people,” he added. communicated.

In order to ensure a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine, the G7 members urged Russia to end its relentless aggression and to immediately, completely and unconditionally withdraw its troops and troops from the entire territory of Ukraine recognized internationally. It was said in this statement: “Russia started this war and only Russia can end this war”.

In the joint statement, the G7 members also reaffirmed their firm commitment to ensuring that Ukraine receives the economic assistance it needs. “Under Japan’s G7 Presidency, together with the international community, we have ensured that Ukraine receives the necessary fiscal support for 2023 and early 2024,” the joint statement said.

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