UKRAINE (OBSERVATORY) – The Foreign Ministers of the Group of Seven countries (Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, USA, France and Japan) declared full support for Ukraine in its struggle for sovereignty and territorial integrity. This is stated on Sunday in a statement of the Canadian foreign ministry published in its official Twitter.
“The Minister of [Foreign Affairs of Canada Chrystia] Freeland and her G7 colleagues affirmed the common position in supporting Ukraine and the order based on international norms according to which the sovereignty and territorial integrity of [a single country] must be respected by all [states of the world] in him.
Also, the countries of the Group of Seven will continue the policy of sanctions against Russia because of the situation in Ukraine, the statement of the Canadian Foreign Ministry said.
“The Minister of [Foreign Affairs of Canada Chrystia] Freeland and her G7 colleagues confirmed their common commitment to respect [norms] of international law, including with respect to the territorial integrity of [states] .The sanctions imposed on Russia after its unacceptable actions in Ukraine will continue,” the statement says.
On Sunday, a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Group of Seven countries is held in Toronto. According to the Canadian Foreign Ministry, Russia, the DPRK, Syria, Myanmar and Venezuela were among the main topics on the agenda. TV channel CTV announced that at the invitation of Freeland in Toronto, Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin, who took part in a number of ministerial summit sessions.