UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The final statement of the G7 summit participants in French Biarritz fits on one sheet and touches on trade issues, the Iranian nuclear program, as well as the situation in Ukraine, Iran, Libya and Hong Kong.
“The leaders want to emphasize their great unity and positive attitude of the negotiations. The G7 summit, organized by France in Biarritz, allowed the heads of state and government to reach agreement on many points briefly listed here,” the statement begins.
The first item on the list are trade issues. The G-7 is committed to the principles of open and fair international trade, as well as the stability of the global economy, “the document says. It states, in particular, the intention of the G7 member countries to change the WTO in order to make it more effective in several areas.
The Iranian nuclear program is second on the list. “We fully share two goals: to prevent Iran from having nuclear weapons, and to promote peace and stability in the region,” G7 members say.
In third place in the document was the situation in Ukraine. It is noted here that France and Germany intend to organize a meeting in the “Norman format” in the coming weeks.
The fourth topic of the final statement was Libya. G-7 leaders support a ceasefire in this country that will ensure a stable ceasefire. “We believe that only a political decision will allow us to ensure stability in Libya,” the document says. It notes that country leaders expect a “well-prepared international conference, which will bring together all parties and regional players affected by the conflict.”
The final point of the statement was the situation in Hong Kong. The authors of the final statement urge the avoidance of violence and note the importance of the 1984 Declaration of Great Britain and China.
The G7 Summit began in Biarritz last Saturday and ends on Monday.
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