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LIVERPOOL (DTS) – Foreign ministers of the G7 countries have called on Russia to reduce the Ukraine conflict. A joint statement issued on Sunday after a meeting in Liverpool said an agreement was reached on “condemnation of Russia’s military reparations and offensive rhetoric against Ukraine”.
“We call on Russia to defuse the situation, advance diplomatic channels and fulfill its international obligations regarding transparency of military activities.” Minsk Agreement to resolve the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. At the same time they reaffirmed “its unshakable commitment to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine” and the right of each sovereign state to “determine its future”. Any use of force intended to alter borders is strictly prohibited under international law.
“Russia should be aware that further military aggression against Ukraine will have major consequences and high costs,” G-7 foreign ministers said. Foreign ministers from Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as representatives of the European Union’s foreign policy, attended the meeting in Liverpool.
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