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During his meeting with Zelensky held on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Hiroshima (Japan), Michel also stressed that the EU aspires to formalize its long-term commitment to support Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression “with the preparation of a new multi-year economic package ‘post 2023′”.
The head of the European Council also reaffirmed to Zelensky the EU’s support for the peace plan proposed by Kiev and told him that the Twenty-seven plan to coordinate internally for the next steps.
Regarding the prospects for kyiv’s membership in the community club, Michel encouraged Zelensky to press ahead with judicial reforms and the fight against corruption.
Zelensky, for his part, explained to the President of the European Council the situation on the ground of the war in Ukraine, as well as the results of his meetings with leaders of the Arab League during his trip to Saudi Arabia before going to Hiroshima, according to the same source.
“Ukraine is unbreakable. As are our support and our friendship, ”Michel pointed out through his official Twitter account after the meeting.
Zelenski arrived in Hiroshima this Saturday after days of speculation about his possible face-to-face attendance at the summit of G7 countries, in which his participation was initially scheduled to take place electronically during the sessions dedicated to addressing the war in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian leader will be present at two discussion sessions this Sunday on the war, the first with leaders of the Group of Seven and another in which leaders of other invited countries will also participate, including those of India, Brazil or Indonesia.
Sunak tells Zelensky that he will help Ukraine “to win the war and achieve a just peace”
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak assured Ukrainian leader Volodimir Zelensky on Saturday at a meeting held at the G7 summit that the United Kingdom will continue to provide his country with the necessary military assistance “to win the war and secure a just peace.” ”.
A Downing Street spokesman revealed in a statement today that the London chief executive “welcomed President Zelensky to the G7 as a historic moment and a demonstration of the international community’s strong support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.”
That meeting in Japan follows the Ukrainian president’s recent visit to the UK earlier this week, when he met Sunak at the British prime minister’s country residence in Checkers (just outside London).
Macron tells Zelensky that his presence in the G7 can change the rules of the game
Emmanuel Macron congratulated himself this Saturday for the presence at the G7 summit of Volodimir Zelenski, to whom he said that this could “change the rules of the game”, in particular because he can tell his reasons live to leaders of great emerging powers who are also in Hiroshima.
In the video posted on his Twitter account about the beginning of his interview with Zelensky in that Japanese city, the French president explains that the presence of the Ukrainian head of state there “is a unique occasion.”
In the first place, because he will be able to speak with the leaders of the G7, the seven richest countries in the world, who have been supporting him up to now.
But above all with those of the big emerging companies that have been invited to the summit, in particular the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, and the Brazilian President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.