After foreign ministers from the bloc met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly and issued a joint statement, the Group of Seven ( G7 ) called on China on Tuesday( Sep 19 ) to urge Russia to stop its aggression in Ukraine.
The members expressed their hope that China may push for the swift, total, and unconditional withdrawal of Russian soldiers from Ukraine in the declaration, which was made public by the foreign ministry of G7 seat Japan.
The statement is made as China’s top diplomat Wang Yi travels to Russia for a four-day visit during which both countries are anticipated to forge closer social ties. President Vladimir Putin may also explore Beijing in the near future.
Additionally, the G7 members” encouraged China to support a just and lasting peace, including through its direct dialogue with Ukraine ,” the statement said, and” welcome China’s participation in the Ukraine-led meeting in Jeddah.”
The United States and another Western-aligned nations were alarmed when Putin met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un last week in Moscow for discussions that included closer defense relationships.
Russia has spent enormous companies during the more than 18-month war, but Pyongyang and Moscow have denied that North Korea may provide it with weapons.
Without naming any nations, the G7 joint statement stated that its members” reiterated their phone on third parties to stop any and all help to Russia’s war of hostility or face severe expenses.”