[Valid RSS]
August 18, 2022, 1:51 am
Treanding
Wasfia Nazreen returned home after conquering ‘Chhogori-K2’ Globe witnessing strongest heat wave in six decades জন্মাষ্টমী উপলক্ষ্যে প্রধানমন্ত্রী ও রাষ্ট্রপতির বাণী   Unscrupulous traders are taking advantage of fuel price hike: Tipu realme is Entering the Second Stage of Growth : Sky Li, realme CEO APAC Outlook : Surviving the Year’s Rocky and Uneven Start APAC Chartbook: The Power of Prices Delta Brac Housing Finance Corp. Ltd gets new name DBH Finance PLC US wants to prolong Ukraine conflict : Putin Russian President addressed 10th Moscow Conference on International Security Russia warns of ‘direct military clash’ with US Explosions rock Crimea : Ukrainian attack suspected আন্তঃ ক্যান্টনমেন্ট বিতর্ক প্রতিযোগিতা- ২০২২ এর উদ্বোধন উত্তরার বিআরটি প্রকল্পের দুর্ঘটনায় দোষীদের দৃষ্টান্তমূলক শাস্তির দাবি রোড সেফটি ফাউন্ডেশনের  চা-শ্রমিকদের নিকট গ্রহণযোগ্য যৌক্তিক মজুরি নির্ধারণের আহবান টিআইবির Prayers offered for Bangabandhu at PMO Launch fare increased by 30 percent ECNEC approves 6 projects involving Tk 2,504.75cr Experts suggested reassessment of the country’s maternal, child health programs & policies Russia and UN discuss crisis at nuclear plant

G7 leaders agree to support Ukraine indefinitely : Bloomberg

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Monday, June 27, 2022
  • 103 Impressed

G7 leaders agree to support Ukraine indefinitely : Bloomberg

 

 

Dhaka June 27 2022 (RT) :

 

The West’s strongest states plan to continue providing Ukraine with all kinds of assistance.

The Group of Seven (G7) will pledge to provide support to Ukraine in all possible forms “for as long as it takes,” according to a draft communique of its ongoing summit, seen by Bloomberg.

The three-day meeting of the G7 leaders began on Sunday in Bavaria, Germany, with the Ukrainian conflict dominating the agenda.

“We will continue to provide financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic support and stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes,” reads the draft of the leaders’ statement.

Russia has warned the US, EU and their allies against providing Ukraine with weapons, saying that it will only prolong the conflict. However, Western leaders have ignored the statements. On Sunday, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed to continue supporting Kiev militarily to “strengthen their hand in both the war and any future negotiations.”

The G7 leaders appear to have agreed to maintain economic pressure on Russia as it continues its offensive in Ukraine. The British government earlier announced that during the summit the US, UK, Canada, and Japan would ban the import of Russian gold. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken later claimed that the embargo would deprive Moscow of around $19 billion in annual revenue.

According to Reuters, the G7 is also holding “very constructive” talks about a potential cap on the price of Russian oil imports.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz admitted on Sunday that the Western world is now facing many challenges: falling growth rates, rising inflation, shortages of raw materials and disruption of supply chains. However, he expressed confidence that the G7 “will succeed in sending a very clear signal of unity and decisive action from this summit.”

His remarks were echoed by US President Joe Biden, who claimed that while Russian President Vladimir Putin had been hoping “that somehow NATO and the G7 would splinter,” they haven’t done so and are not going to.

Putin, meanwhile, spoke about the G7 on Friday, claiming that the current economic turmoil around the globe has little to do with the conflict in Ukraine and is the result of “many years of irresponsible macroeconomic policies” adhered to by its members.

 

Read More

Read us@googlenews

Social

More News
© Copyright: 2020-2022

Bangladesh Beyond is an online version of Fortnightly Apon Bichitra 

(Reg no: DA 1825)

Developed By Bangladesh Beyond