G7 calls on China not to help Russia in war against Ukraine

G7 calls on China not to help Russia in war against Ukraine

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The Group of Seven has called on China to stand in support of Ukraine and not help Russia in its war against Ukraine, not legitimize its actions, and not undermine sanctions imposed on Russia.

That’s according to a joint communiqué signed by the G7 foreign ministers following their meeting in Lubeck, Germany, Ukrinform reports.

“On the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine, we encourage China to support, in line with international law, the sovereignty and independence of Ukraine and the integrity of its internationally recognized borders and to resolutely urge Russia to stop its military aggression against Ukraine,” the

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“We call on China not to assist Russia in its war of aggression against Ukraine, not to undermine sanctions imposed on Russia for its attack against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, not to justify Russian action in Ukraine, and to desist from engaging in information manipulation, disinformation and other means to legitimise Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine,” the communiqué reads.

As reported earlier, the G7 foreign ministers have reaffirmed their support for Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression, and called on Russia to stop its war.


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