The G7 countries will continue to support Ukraine in its struggle for territorial integrity
It is noted that at the invitation of foreign Minister of Canada in Toronto has arrived the Minister for foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.
OTTAWA, April 22. /TASS/. The foreign Ministers of the group of seven (Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, USA, France and Japan) expressed full support for Ukraine in its struggle for the sovereignty and territorial integrity. On Sunday the statement of the foreign Ministry of Canada, published in its official Twitter.
“The Minister [of foreign Affairs of Canada Christa] Freeland and her colleagues at the G7 reaffirmed a common position in support of Ukraine and order based on international standards, according to which the sovereignty and territorial integrity [of individual countries] must be observed by all [countries]”, — stated in it.
The countries of the group of seven will continue the policy of sanctions against Russia over the situation in Ukraine, reads the statement of the foreign Ministry of Canada.
“The Minister [of foreign Affairs of Canada Christa] Freeland and her colleagues at the G7 reaffirmed a commitment to respect [norms] of international law, including respect for the territorial integrity [of States]. Sanctions imposed against Russia’s unacceptable actions in Ukraine will continue,” — said in a statement.
On Sunday in Toronto held a meeting of foreign Ministers of the countries of the group of seven. According to the canadian foreign Ministry, one of the main topics on the agenda were Russia, North Korea, Syria, Myanmar and Venezuela. The TV station CTV reported that at the invitation Freeland in Toronto has arrived the Minister for foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin, who took part in several sessions of the Ministerial summit.