Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal met with G7 member countries ambassadors. The sides gathered in Kyiv to discuss a number of political and social issues. The U.S. delegation in the support group of G7 ambassadors in Kyiv reported that on Twitter.
The G7 ambassadors learned about Ukraine's state policy priorities, discussed anti-epidemic measures taken by Ukraine's government and preparations for the local election.
The officials insisted on the importance of defense industry development, corporate management, reform of the judiciary system and independent anti-corruption authorities.
As is known, the local elections in Ukraine are scheduled for October 25, 2020. There will be no election in Crimea and the occupied Donbas.
Earlier, President of the U.S. Donald Trump stated that he would like to invite President of Russia Vladimir Putin to G7 summit, as the White House reported.
Trump added that he plans to hold summit after the presidential elections in the U.S.
“We have invited a number of people to the meeting. I certainly would invite him (Vladimir Putin, - 112.international) to the meeting. I think he’s an important factor. We will invite certain people who are not part of the G-7. Some people have already accepted,” Trump said.