Zelenskyy joins G7 virtually as group vows to support Ukraine ‘for as long as it takes’ | ITV News

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The world’s biggest economic powers have vowed to support Ukraine against the Russian invasion for “as long as it takes”.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stressed the urgency of helping his country in its fight against Russian forces in the coming month on a video call with the G7 on Monday via video as the group underscored their commitment to Ukraine with plans to pursue a price cap on Russian oil, raise tariffs on Russian goods and impose other new sanctions.

The Ukrainian leader discussed his strategy for the course of the war, which has transformed into a grinding conflict in the country’s east.

Read more here: https://www.itv.com/news/2022-06-27/zelenskyy-joins-g7-leaders-via-video-as-group-pledges-longterm-support

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