In a joint statement at the Munich Security Conference, the G7 foreign ministers threatened to apply penalties against nations who back Russia militarily in its conflict with Ukraine.
The G7 nations said in a joint statement that they “remain determined to maintaining and intensifying sanctions against Russia to limit its war effort and against governments giving material assistance to Moscow’s illegal war against Ukraine.” Hence, the G7 warned “third parties” that continuing to support the Russian military and its allied forces would come at a high cost.
In the meeting, which Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba also attended, it was said that “war crimes should not go unpunished” and that Russia had attacked the country’s energy infrastructure and civilians. The G7 countries also reiterated their commitment to continuing to aid Ukraine, “including the provision of military and defense assistance.”
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