The G7 will “never” recognize the borders that Russia has “tried to change” by force
The Foreign Ministers of the G7the group of the most industrialized countries in the world, signed a joint statement in which they made it clear that “never” will recognize the borders that Russia “has tried to change through military aggression” and reaffirmed their commitment to the “sovereignty and territorial integrity” of “Ukraine, including Crimea, and all states.”
This statement was the outcome of the meeting that the heads of diplomacy of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the High Representative of the European Union at the end of the meeting held in Berlin (Germany) .
In the text, they all proclaimed theirs “Solidarity” and “support” in Ukraine, a country that defends itself against an “unjustifiable, unprovoked and illegal” war initiated by Russia, whose authorities have Belarus as an “accomplice”. In this regard, they asserted that they will help Ukraine, “a democracy belonging to the UN,” to “defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity, to protect and resist future attacks or coercion, to choose its own future and to prosper.” “.