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The meeting will be dedicated to talk about Ukraine
It is prior to the EU NATO meetings scheduled for Thursday and Friday
the german chancellor Olaf Scholz has announced that the G7, the group of the 7 largest economies in the world will meet next Thursday in Brussels to discuss the situation in Ukraine. The presidents and highest representatives of United States, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy they will try to see additional measures to undermine Russia’s economic solvency. The meeting will be dedicated “in particular to the situation in Ukraine” and will be “integrated” into the NATO and European Union summits that are also held that day in Brussels, announced a spokeswoman for the German government, Christiane Hoffmann, during a press conference. instructions. Germany chairs this year the G7, which also brings together the United States, France, Great Britain, Canada, Japan and Italy. On the same day, NATO is organizing an extraordinary summit dedicated to the war in Ukraine, which will be attended by Joe Biden, who will travel to Brussels. On Thursday, March 24, a meeting of EU heads of state and government will also be held in Brussels, in the presence of the US president.