The G7 countries have a common approach regarding Russia and conflict on Ukrainesaid the Foreign Minister Italy Antonio Tajani. During the meeting of the foreign ministers of the G7 member states, he noted that all parties share the “vision of defending democracy.”
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“All the countries of the G7 share the vision of protecting the democracy of the rule of law, including from Russia, that is, they are united in recognizing the need to protect the independence of Ukraine,” TASS quoted Tajani as saying.
As the head of the Italian Foreign Ministry pointed out, in such circumstances, Rome intends to continue supporting Kyiv, including within the framework of initiatives carried out along the track European Union and NATO.
Former German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock said that at the meeting of the heads of foreign policy departments of the G7 countries in Münster, Germany, they would discuss how to avoid, in the case of China, the mistakes that were made earlier in foreign policy towards Russia.