The leaders of the G7 countries are concerned about Russia's decision to hand over the Iskander-M systems to Belarus. The G7 will continue to provide financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic support to Kyiv. With Recent News you can find out more interesting things.
Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7, G7) countries expressed "serious concern" in connection with Russia's statements that it could transfer nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus, and also emphasized solidarity with Ukraine in its "courageous defense sovereignty and territorial integrity. This follows from a statement circulated on Monday, June 27, in Elmau Castle (Bavaria), where the G7 summit is being held. The document was made public after a video conference speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who called on the leaders of the G7 countries to do everything possible to end the full-scale war unleashed by Russia by the end of the year.
The heads of state and government of the G7 condemn and do not recognize "Russia's ongoing attempts to redraw borders by force," as well as to replace "Ukrainian democratically elected officials with illegitimate ones," follows from the statement.
Politicians urged Moscow to end the war, immediately and unconditionally cease all hostilities and withdraw troops and military equipment "from all territory of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders."