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Kyodo: Zelensky accepts Kishida’s offer to attend G7 summit online

TOKYO, March 22 – RIA Novosti. The agency said that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida invited Vladimir Zelensky to attend the G7 summit in an online format during his visit to Ukraine, and the invitation was accepted. Kyodo.

According to the Kishidu agency, “As the head of the G7, we are determined to defend the world order. We are preparing to give a clear message at the summit.”

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Kisida visited Ukraine, where she met with Zelensky on Tuesday. Kishida is the only G7 head of state to have never met Zelensky in person.

During his visit to Kiev, the Prime Minister of Japan pledged to allocate $470 million in free aid for energy and other humanitarian needs. Japan will also allocate $30 million to Ukraine through NATO funding for non-lethal equipment. After Ukraine, Kisida returned to Poland on Wednesday, where she will meet with the republic’s leaders.

He will take over the presidency of the G7 from Japan in 2023. The G-7 summit will be held in Hiroshima on 19-21 May 2023.

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