G7 warns Russia: Amid tensions over Ukraine, the Kremlin, the Russian presidential office, has told that US President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin may talk again soon. Not only this, but Putin can also join the US President on some occasions.
The main conversation in the meeting of foreign ministers of G7 countries being carried in Liverpool city of Britain has focused on China and Russia. It is learned that the joint declaration is set to inform Russia of the consequences if it damages Ukraine.
The Kremlin told that the 2 leaders had agreed to proceed with talks in the talks performed via video conferencing on December 7. The two leaders conveyed the necessity to enhance relations between the East and the West.
The talks with Biden were to notify of tough economic permits on Russia if it occupies Ukraine. Whereas Putin has asked Biden for an assurance that NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) will not expand its border, that is, will not contain Ukraine in it.
The G7 warns Russia of tough economic sanctions:
The US also instructed Russia of tough economic consents from the G7 platform. Britain also aided him. Other countries –Germany, Canada, Italy, France, and Japan have also approved this. It is realized that the joint announcement prepares to notify Russia of the outcomes if it strikes Ukraine.
Under this, G7 warns Russia that all nations can jointly commit economic sanctions on Russia. Along with this, the foreign ministers of the G7 countries have also talked over China’s aggressive activities in the Indo-Pacific Ocean region and the South China Sea. To handle this condition, there is a necessity to take useful steps together.
Amid uncertainties between Russia and Western countries over Ukraine, Christian cleric Pope Francis has demanded a serious conversation to end the impasse. Announced that both the parties should sit and talk and end the conflict. The Pope advised both sides not to take the path of armed disaster. The cleric said, he is praying for Ukraine, its churches, and all religious constituencies, that there should be harmony and everyone can live in peace.
We should dwell away from the practice of weapons. The Pope has said this is a gift given in St. Peter’s Square. Thousands of people from all over the nation and abroad were attending there to hear this speech of the Pope.