The G7 promises to do everything possible to bring Putin to justice
The G7, the world’s leading association of industrialized nations, said on Thursday that it would do everything in its power to bring Russian President Vladimir Putin and his supporters to justice for the war in Ukraine.
“We will spare no effort to hold President Putin and the architects and supporters of this aggression, including the Lukashenko regime in Belarus, accountable for their actions,” the G7 said in a statement at the Brussels summit.
“To that end, we will continue to work together, with allies and partners around the world.”
The G7 also confirmed that it was not angry with the Russian people and stressed that President Vladimir Putin and his supporters were to blame for invading Ukraine.
“Let the Russian people know that we will not be angry with them,” G7 leaders said in a statement at the Brussels summit.
“President Putin, his government, and supporters, including the Lukashenko regime in Belarus, are the ones who are forcing the war and its consequences on the Russians, and it is their decision that will tarnish the history of the Russian people.”
The G7 warns against the use of chemical weapons
The G7 warned Ukraine against the use of weapons of mass destruction, recalling that Russia is bound by international agreements.
“We warn against any threat to the use of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons and related substances,” the G7 summit said in a statement.
“We are reminded of Russia’s obligations under the international agreements to which it is a signatory and which protect us all.”
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