G7 takes Ukraine as integer part of free world and common democratic space, - Klimkin

At the ministerial meeting, the parties confirmed their intention to carry on with anti-Russian sanctions
08:45, 23 April 2018

Klimkin Twitter

To leaders of the world, specifically those from the G7, Ukraine remains an inseparable part of the free world. Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine's foreign minister posted that on Twitter. According to him, the parties discussed Crimea and Donbas at the meeting in Toronto on late Sunday.   

'Grateful to Christine Freeland and all foreign ministers of G7 for a friendly conversation. Discussed Crimea and Donbas', Klimkin said.

Later that day, Canadian Foreign Ministry confirmed their respect for the world order based on the norms of the international rights, adding that the sanctions against Russia for its unacceptable actions remain in place.

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