Volodymyr Zelenskyy is asking for help in Hiroshima at the last G7 summit
by SEAD DEDOVIC | VIEW 874
During a fierce round of diplomacy scheduled on the last day of the G7 summit in Hiroshima on Sunday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy will seek to gain the support of the wider international community. A difficult situation exists in Ukraine at the moment, and they need help around the world during these trying times.
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, knows what a problem Russia is causing the Ukrainian people, as well as for the world community as a whole. He will do everything in his power to ensure that peace reigns in the world and he will do everything he can to achieve that goal.
"I understand very well your pain and the pain of Ukrainian citizens. I assure you that India and I, personally, will do everything we can to resolve this," -Modi said.
G7 and its support: We will support Ukraine
There has been a fresh expression of support from the G7 for Ukraine, but they will have to do much more than that if they want Ukraine to defend itself in the future.
"Russia's brutal war of aggression poses a threat to the entire world in violation of the fundamental norms, rules and principles of the international community. We reaffirm our unwavering support for Ukraine as long as necessary to achieve a comprehensive, just and lasting peace," the statement said.
There is a great deal of fury among Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov over the G7's move to 'isolate' Russia and China. As a result of the decisions that were made there, Lavrov is furious. "The task was set loudly and openly: to defeat Russia on the battlefield, but not to stop there, but to eliminate it as a geopolitical competitor.
In fact, any other country that claims some kind of independent place in the world group will also suppress the competitor. Look at the decisions that are now being discussed and made in Hiroshima, at the G7 summit, which are aimed at the double containment of Russia and China," -Lavrov said.