O The video was published on the social networks of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy, the country that currently presides over the G7, a group of the seven most industrialized countries in the world.

One after another, the rulers of Ukraine, Canada, the United States, France, Great Britain, Germany and Japan appear in the video.

“We protect, defend the values ​​of freedom and justice recognized by international law. That is why we recognize Ukraine’s right to defend itself, that is why we support its independence and its desire for a just and lasting peace”, says Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani.

In turn, Canada’s head of diplomacy, Mélanie Joly, emphasizes that “the sovereignty and integrity of territories are the basis of the international system”.

The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, says: “We stand alongside Ukraine and will fight for its prosperous and independent future.”

“We condemn this brutal and unlawful aggression,” said David Cameron, on behalf of Great Britain.

The high representative for Foreign Policy of the European Union (EU), Josep Borrell, also appears in the video defending “democracy, Europe’s global security and respect for international law”.

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Melloni arrived in Kyiv today to hold a video conference meeting with G7 leaders and show support for Ukraine.

Meloni traveled on the same night train in which the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the Belgian Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo, and the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, also arrived in the Ukrainian capital.

The Russian military offensive on Ukrainian territory, launched on February 24, 2022, plunged Europe into what is considered the most serious security crisis since World War II (1939-1945).

Ukraine’s Western allies have supplied Kyiv with weapons and approved successive sanctions packages against Russian interests to try to diminish Moscow’s ability to finance the war effort.

The conflict, which is now entering its third year, has caused the destruction of important infrastructure in several areas of Ukraine, and an undetermined number of civilian and military victims.

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Source: https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mundo/2508593/ministros-dos-negocios-estrangeiros-do-g7-expressam-apoio-a-kyiv

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