G7 Leaders Meet in Hiroshima, Agree on New Sanctions Against Russia’s War Machine
Hiroshima, Japan – The G7 leaders convened in Hiroshima today to discuss pressing global issues and address the escalating tensions involving Ukraine and Russia. A major focus of the summit was to find effective measures to curb the Russian war machine. After intense deliberations, the G7 leaders reached a consensus on implementing new sanctions aimed at starving Russia’s military capabilities.
In a significant development, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is rumoured to be attending the G7 summit this Sunday, according to a Ukrainian official. President Zelensky’s physical presence at the summit is deemed crucial to defend Ukraine’s interests amid the ongoing crisis.
Prior to his expected participation in the G7 summit, President Zelensky has arrived in Saudi Arabia, where he will first attend the Arab League summit. Ukrainian official Oleksiy Danilov emphasized the importance of President Zelensky’s presence, stating that it is vital for safeguarding the nation’s interests.
The G7, composed of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan, has extended invitations to eight other nations to participate in this year’s summit.