G7 summit: leaders laughed at Putin and announced indefinite support for Ukraine

G7 summit: leaders laughed at Putin and announced their indefinite support for Ukraine

Will support Ukraine and are open for negotiations

Leaders of the countries The G7 will say they will support Ukraine “for as long as it takes.” This was reported by Bloomberg with reference to a draft statement from the summit in Bavaria.

– We will continue to provide financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic support to Ukraine, as well as support it for as long as necessary, – excerpts are given from the document.

The agency emphasized that this wording is important, as members of the G7 are concerned about the prolongation of the war. At the same time, Germany and France “have hinted that they may be more open to the idea of ​​a negotiated ceasefire.”

The document says G7 leaders are considering using tariff revenue to support Ukraine.

Johnson: Trying to resolve the conflict now will give Putin a chance

The website of the British government says that the war has reached a critical moment and there is an opportunity to turn its course. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke about this at a bilateral meeting.

– The leaders discussed the crisis in Ukraine. They agreed that this was a critical moment for the course of the conflict, and there was an opportunity to turn the tide of the war. Both the prime minister and President Macron stressed the need to support Ukraine in order to strengthen their position both in the war and in any future negotiations, the press service said.

President Macron praised the prime minister's continued military support for Ukraine, and the leaders agreed to intensify this work. Boris Johnson emphasized that any attempt to resolve the conflict now would only lead to prolonged instability and give Putin a license to manipulate both sovereign countries and international markets.

“We must show that we are tougher than Putin”


During a dinner on the sidelines of the G7 summit, world leaders ridiculed Russian President Vladimir Putin. An informal conversation was published on the YouTube channel of the AFP agency. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, sitting down at the table, asked his colleagues what to do with the jacket. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau replied that it was better to wait for the official joint photo, and then take off your jackets.

– But we must show that we are tougher than Putin, Johnson objected.

Trudeau remembered a photo of Putin on a horse with a naked torso taken in 2009.

– Then we should arrange a demonstration of naked torsos while riding, – he joked.

The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that horseback riding is “the best thing in the world.”

The G7 summit is taking place in Bavaria on June 26-28. To a meeting in Elmau Castle the leaders of the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Japan arrived in the Alps, as well as the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the President of the European Council Charles Michel as representatives from the EU.For a larger format, representatives of Indonesia, India, Senegal, Argentina and South Africa.

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