G7 will give 24 billion dollars to Ukraine

The ministers of the member countries of the organization indicated that they will have these funds for Ukraine between 2022 and 2023

The ministers of the countries belonging to the G7 pledged to deliver more than 24 billion dollars in assistance to Ukraine for 2022 and 2023.

The group has been concerned about the “continued and brutal aggression of Russia against Ukraine and the suffering of the population”, as well as the prolonged destruction of the territory, for which it has shown itself to “do what is necessary”, as stated in a release.

In this regard, the members of the G7 expressed their opposition to Russia’s participation in international forums, including the summits of the G20, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. “International forums and organizations should not continue doing business with Russia as before”.

In addition, they showed “strong support and their most sincere solidarity with the people and the Government of Ukraine“. “We are determined to restore peace and stability within the framework of International Law and uphold international cooperation and multilateralism,” he said.

The G7, which requested the withdrawal of troops, urged Russia to “immediately comply with the order of the International Court of Justice and suspend its military aggression.”

“We have worked together to increase the costs of the Russian war and isolate the country from the global economy. We have imposed direct sanctions and economic and financial measures that impact the Russian economy,” reads part of the statement.

K. Tovar

Source: Reuters

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