Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine claimed that the deoccupation issue of Crimea and Donbas will be discussed at the meeting of the foreign ministers of G7 countries as he reported on Twitter.
‘And now I am forwarded to Toronto for the meeting with our friends - the G7 foreign ministers. The main issues are solidarity with Ukraine toward occupied Crimea and Donbas and support of our reforms’, Klimkin noted.
On April 9, Klimkin was invited to the meeting of the foreign ministers of G7 for the first time. It will take place on April 22 in Toronto. It is for the first time Ukraine will be present at the full, plan event of the G7 countries.
Also, Andrius Kubilius, a Lithuanian deputy, and one of the authors of the so-called “Marshall Plan for Ukraine” said that he expects this plan to be discussed at the G7 summit in Canada.
Earlier the G7 agreed with the conclusions and recommendations of the Venice Commission on e-declaration for anti-corruption activists and international members of the supervisory boards of state companies and urged Ukraine to comply with them.