G7 leaders impose new sanctions and pledge to stop Russia’s oil imports

After meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, G7 leaders have decided to strengthen the font for Russia and eventually phase out Russia’s oil imports. This will have a devastating impact on the country’s economy.

To expand support for Kieu, G7 leaders, including US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron, met Zelensky virtually on Sunday, and Putin’s actions against Ukraine “bring shame” to Russia. Said.

After the meeting, G7 leaders put together a statement stating that Russia’s actions against Ukraine “shame on Russia” and the historic sacrifices of those people over the years.

In addition, world leaders have expanded their support for Zelensky and increased the supply of military and economic assistance to the country during the war. The war between Ukraine and Russia is not in its third month, and attacks on Ukrainian cities have continued over the past few weeks.

After the meeting, the G7 countries said, “With the international community, the G7 has promised and provided additional support, both financially and materially, in excess of US $ 24 billion since the beginning of the war since 2022.” Stated.

G7 countries, including the United States, Britain, Canada, Germany, France, Italy and Japan, have also accused Russia of “provocative, unjust and illegal military attacks” against Ukrainian troops and civilians in the current war.

In addition, US authorities have decided to impose new sanctions on Russia on Sunday, targeting management consultants and accounting services, as well as media directly or indirectly funded by the state.

The United States, like the G7 countries, has vowed to “phase out or ban Russia’s oil imports.” This can hurt the country’s economy. The White House said in a fact sheet, “This will hit the major arteries of Putin’s economy (Russian President Vladimir) and deny him the income he needs to fund the war.” Said.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began in the last week of February when Russian troops launched a series of attacks on Kieu and other major cities. It is believed that the war killed thousands of civilians and expelled Lakh.

(There is input from the agency)

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