The first time was invited to a meeting “the Big seven”
KIEV, April 9. /TASS/. Ukraine for the first time invited to the meeting of heads of foreign Ministers of the countries “Big seven” (G7), which will be held April 22 in Toronto. On Monday the Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada, Andriy Shevchenko.
“It is time for serious, strategic decisions on Ukraine, Russia and on how to expand humanity face to peace and international order. We are happy that Ukraine will be able to join this difficult but very important conversation and hope to make a valuable contribution to future joint decision,” he said in comments to “European truth”.
According to the publication, the Ambassador noted that Ukraine for the first time in history will be present in full and the planned events of the G7 countries. He also stressed that Kiev is hoping for further discussion marked the meeting with participation of Ukrainian representatives at the summit, leaders of the group of seven, which will be held in June in the canadian region of Charlevoix.
Group of seven — an informal Alliance of economically developed countries, which includes UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, USA, France and Japan. Their main stated goal — finding solutions to global political and social problems.