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Germany urgently calls the G7 meeting, the details are disclosed, here is what is expected to be discussed
Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Nëntor 2022
At the invitation of Germany, G7 member countries are expected to meet next week in Bucharest, Romania, to "initiate further support for the supply of electricity to Ukraine".
So said the German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, who called the Russian air attacks on the Ukrainian infrastructure "an intolerable and inhumane crime".
She said that the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, "is enjoying plunging the people of Ukraine into cold and darkness with his missiles", but that, according to her, he cannot repel the Ukrainians' desire for freedom, and the support of the West for them.
Russian airstrikes hit Ukraine on November 23, leaving most cities without electricity, including Kiev.
Also, Russia has hit Ukraine's power grid and other infrastructure parts through airstrikes for several weeks in a row.
The group of seven most industrialized countries (G7) consists of: the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Canada and Japan./REL