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On Sunday, June 26, a three-day G7 summit kicked off at Elmau Castle in Germany. One of the main topics of the talks will be Ukraine and the war unleashed by Russia.
In detail about the main statements of the G7 leaders writes the publication "RBC-Ukraine".
On the sidelines of the G7 summit, French leader Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the war in Ukraine.
Politicians believe that now is a critical moment in the conflict, so the course of the war can be reversed.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson commented on rumors about the visit of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. He stated that he would be glad to receive the Ukrainian leader, but did not confirm the information.
“If he can ever leave, and it makes sense for him to leave Ukraine, then obviously the UK will have the great honor of receiving him,” Johnson said.
First meeting on the fields The summit was held by US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
During the conversation, the head of the German government said that the West has a unified position regarding Russian aggression. Scholz added that he sent a clear signal to Putin ahead of the G7 leaders' meeting.
Ban on Russian gold imports
Before the start of the summit in Germany, the UK reported that, together with the United States, Canada and Japan, they agreed on the introduction of a ban on gold imports from Russia in order to increase pressure on the “war machine” Putin.
During the talks Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge other G7 leaders to introduce new restrictions.
On the sidelines of the summit, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson managed to make a number of statements. In particular, he believes that Germany is making sacrifices to help Ukraine, including giving weapons and gradually refusing Russian gas.
He also warned during a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron that attempts to peacefully resolve the conflict in Ukraine may lead to increased instability in the world.
While talking to reporters, US President Joe Biden spoke about the morning shelling of the capital of Ukraine. He called the missile attack an example of Russian barbarism.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga