(Liverpool) G7 Foreign ministers gather in Liverpool, north of the UK, on Saturday and Sunday to show their solidarity with the “global invaders” and to discuss Russia’s maneuvers along the Ukrainian border.
The British Foreign Secretary, Lis Truss, has said his country wants to show a “united front against the global aggressors” in the country where the G7 is headed. He urged his G7 colleagues to “present a united front against malicious behavior – including Russia’s stance on Ukraine” and to engage in security and economic support to defend the borders of freedom “in the world”.
For weeks, NATO, the United States and Europeans accused Russia of wanting to invade Ukraine, which Moscow has denied.
In her first major foreign policy speech on Wednesday, Liz Truss, who replaced Dominique Robb as head of British diplomacy in September, warned that Russia would make a “strategic mistake” if it invaded Ukraine.
The comments echoed US President Joe Biden’s announcement to his Russian President Vladimir Putin the day before that Russia would be exposed to “strong sanctions, including sanctions,” in the event of a military escalation in Ukraine.
In addition to this important point, diplomatic leaders from Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom, especially in Burma, will discuss the current crisis with the 1st military coup.There is February and the recent imprisonment of former civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
G7 ministers are expected to call on Iran to halt its nuclear expansion and return to the Vienna agreement.
“This weekend, the most influential democracies in the world will take a stand against the occupiers who seek to undermine independence and send a clear message that we are presenting a united front,” Liz Truss said before the meeting.
“I want the G7 countries to deepen their ties in areas such as trade, investment, technology and security, so that we can protect and advance freedom and democracy around the world. I will plead for this in the next few days,” he added.
This is the second face-to-face meeting of G7 foreign ministers this year, following a rally in London in May.
US diplomat Anthony Blingen arrived in Liverpool on Friday, where he met with Liz Truss, as well as environmental activist Annalena Bieberg, who is also the head of German diplomacy. After the G7, he will travel to Southeast Asia to highlight the importance of the Indo-Pacific region, which is at the heart of US anti-China strategy.
Due to the health situation and the recent spread of the Omicron variant in the UK, drastic measures will be in place at the museum in Liverpool hosting the event, with delegates required to present PCR testing before leaving. Attendance and daily screenings.
Over the weekend, Lis Truss will attend bilateral meetings with G7 countries and his colleagues in the European Union. South Korea and Australia will attend the meeting as “guests”, while other countries will almost certainly.
It will also launch an initiative this weekend led by the United Kingdom to support better cooperation of investments in Africa’s “most vulnerable markets”.
On Sunday, the Minister will host comprehensive sessions on global health care and the Indo-Pacific region. Foreign ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will attend the G7 summit for the first time, a sign of the region’s growing importance.
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