“Close coordination” on the Ukrainian crisis

The video-link summit between the G7 countries, the leaders of the EU, NATO, Poland and Romania agreed to “maintain close coordination “to act together on the Ukrainian crisis.

According to what transpires from the summit, which was attended by Prime Minister Mario Draghi for Italy, “the firm condemnation of the Russian aggression” remains essential.

A survey was also carried out on initiatives in support of the Ukrainian people.

The Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, took part in a telephone conversation this afternoon a, organized by the American side, with President Biden, President Macron, Chancellor Scholz, Prime Minister Johnson, Prime Minister Trudeau, Prime Minister Kishida, President Duda, President Iohannis, President of the European Council Michel, the President of the European Commission von der Leyen and the Secretary General of NATO Stoltenberg.

It was reiterated – we learn at Palazzo Chigi – the strongest condemnation for the brutal and unjustified aggression against Ukraine, to which the greatest solidarity was assured by all.

In reaffirming the importance of cohesion and unity of purpose demonstrated up to now, the initiatives taken so far to support the people and institutions of Ukraine on the humanitarian, economic and military level were reviewed; the decisions implemented within NATO and the sanctions imposed on the Russian Federation.

The Leaders agreed to maintain the closest coordination on the developments of the crisis and the measures to be taken.

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