Japan plans to invite Zelensky to the G7 summit

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Japan plans to invite Zelensky to G7 summit

Japan wants to create conditions for intense discussions about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida plans to invite Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to the G7 Summit. It will be held in Hiroshima on May 19-21.

The Japanese edition of Nikkei writes about this.

It is known that Kishida is “making adjustments” to invite Zelensky to join the meeting of leaders online G7.

Japanese Prime Minister intends to invite Zelensky to hear directly about the current situation in Ukraine.

G7 summit participants plan to discuss food and energy security issues arising from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

In addition to Ukraine, they also plan to invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who chairs the G20 this year, and Indonesian President Joko Widodo to participate in the G7 summit.

Earlier it became known that the summit ” Ukraine-EU” was moved. The event will take place on February 3rd. Volodymyr Zelensky was personally invited to visit him. According to the Association Agreement, this summit is an annual event and was planned to be held before the end of 2022. However, as journalists say, they decided to postpone such a meeting due to lack of real results of such a meeting. In particular, there were problems with the approval of the macro-financial assistance package promised under the G7 in the amount of 18 billion euros.

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