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The G7 strengthens its support for Ukraine and warns Russia and China

The G7 countries reinforce their commitment to Ukraine, and issue warnings to Russia, China and Sudan during the last day of the meeting of the group’s foreign ministers in Karuizawa, Japan.

In the final statement, Japan’s Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi expressed concern about the possibility of a repeat of the Ukraine crisis in Southeast Asia, underlining warnings to the Kremlin: “We have confirmed that we cannot accept nuclear rhetoric of Russia nor its threat to cover Belarus with nuclear weapons”.

“We have also agreed to strengthen our cooperation in dealing with the evasion of sanctions and the supply of weapons to Russia by third countries,” Hayashi said.

Against this background, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted that Russia is losing its attempt at conquest and that the G7 will remain on Ukraine’s side.

In addition, he revealed in his speech that he had called for a ceasefire between the two clashing generals in Sudan after an American convoy was attacked:

The US Secretary of State revealed in his speech that he had called for a ceasefire between the two clashing generals in Sudan after a US diplomatic convoy was attacked:

“A US diplomatic convoy has been attacked. All of our personnel in Sudan are safe, but this action was reckless, irresponsible and of course unsafe,” Blinken said.

The G7 wanted to make it clear that it maintains a common position on China’s military rise and on the situation in Taiwan. These comments have not gone unnoticed and Beijing has accused the group of “defaming and discrediting China”.

Source: Euronews Espanol

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