Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan met with ambassadors of the G-7 countries accredited to Ukraine, the official website of the president reports.
It is stated that Bohdan thanked the heads of diplomatic missions for significant assistance for our country, emphasizing that Ukrainian side considers the support of foreign partners, first of all, the countries of the Big Seven and the European Union, crucial for the further implementation of reforms.
Andriy Bohdan informed the diplomats about the expectations of the Ukrainian side from the upcoming meeting in the Normandy format.
The participants of the meeting paid special attention to new legislative initiatives aimed at facilitating the transformation of Ukraine into a modern and highly developed state.
The Group of Seven (G7) is an international club that brings together the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Canada, the United States, France, and Japan.
Also called the unofficial forum of the leaders of these countries (with the participation of the European Commission), within which they coordinate approaches to current international problems. By unspoken rule, group summits take place annually in each of the Members’ States.