The G7 Foreign Ministers (representing the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Japan) will discuss the situation in the east of Ukraine at a meeting to be held in the Italian city of Lucca on April 10-11, "Censor.Net" reported with reference to the External Action Service of the European Union.
Apart from the Russian aggression in Ukraine, diplomats will discuss the situation in Syria and security in some countries of the Middle East region, Africa and Asia.
"The focus of discussions will be on the main international issues of the day, including the situation in Syria, in light of recent. G7 participants will also discuss the crisis in eastern Ukraine, the Middle East Peace Process, security in Asia, Iran, Africa, Iraq and Libya.”
The ministers are going to touch on issues of migration, maritime security, non-proliferation of weapons and disarmament, counter terrorism, and cybersecurity.
The EU service was informed that the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini will attend the ministerial meeting.
Earlier, on March 31, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavel Klimkin during his visit to Brussels, met with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Vice-President of the European Commission Federico Mogherini.
The key topic of the meeting was aggravation of the conflict situation in the east of Ukraine. The provocative actions of the Russian Federation and the militants it supports were discussed as well, and particularly - the seizure of Ukrainian enterprises on territories not controlled by the government and the introduction of the Russian currency into circulation. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine stressed that these steps are a deliberate violation of the Minsk agreements, which requires a resolute response from the European Union.