At the G7 = seven major countries’ foreign ministers’ meeting to be held this month, the government plans to treat the situation in Ukraine and the situation in the Indo-Pacific region, including China, as the main themes, and it hopes to reflect the results of discussions at the Hiroshima Summit next month. is.
Among the series of ministerial meetings accompanying the G7 Hiroshima Summit, the Foreign Ministers’ Meeting will be held in Karuizawa Town, Nagano Prefecture for three days from the 16th of this month, and will be attended by foreign ministers from various countries, including Foreign Minister Hayashi and U.S. Secretary of State Brinken. It’s a schedule.
At the meeting, the government plans to focus on the situation in Ukraine as an important issue facing the international community. .
On top of that, it is expected that the G7 will unite and confirm sanctions against Russia and continued support for Ukraine.
In addition, as the only G7 member in Asia, the situation in the Indo-Pacific region, including China, will be taken up as a theme.
They will share the view that they will not tolerate unilateral changes to the status quo through force, and will confirm their cooperation in maintaining and strengthening the international order. .