At the expense of Russian funds: the G7 countries said they were ready to support Ukraine after the war

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From Russian funds: the G7 countries said they were ready to support Ukraine after the war

The leaders of the G7 countries discussed providing Ukraine with new air defense systems as a matter of urgency. Kyiv believes that there can be no negotiations with Moscow yet.

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The G7 pledged to continue to provide for Ukraine's urgent needs for military equipment and demanded that Russia completely withdraw all its troops and military equipment from Ukraine, including Crimea, which was annexed in 2014. The Washington Post writes about it.

In a communiqué after the meeting, the G7 leaders hailed President Volodymyr Zelensky's readiness for a just peace, which they said included the full restoration of Ukraine's territorial integrity, as well as preserving the country's future ability to defend itself. In addition, the president insisted on ensuring the restoration and reconstruction of Ukraine, including at the expense of Russian funds. War criminals of the Russian Federation must be held accountable.

The publication writes that most of the discussion of the “Big Seven”, held in private, concerned Ukraine's urgent request for air defense systems. However, the leaders declared their continued support for Ukraine rather than any significant expansion. This was told to reporters by an anonymous official with direct knowledge of the conversation.

At the same time, China and India, whose leaders have publicly expressed disagreement with Moscow's actions, will reportedly be closely monitored, although there are few signs that some of them will take a firm stand.

The publication writes that Ukraine claims that there is no point in dialogue or negotiations until Russia stops the war and withdraws its troops from all areas within internationally recognized territorial borders Ukraine.

We also recall that the head of the IAEA insists on the creation of a security zone at the ZNPP. Rafael Grossi insists on creating a security zone around the territory occupied by the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. The head of the Kremlin says he is “ready to cooperate”.