G7 meeting will end with debate on China and global issues

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale  - Senior Editor
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The spring meeting of foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) economically strong democracies is set to conclude on Friday with discussions on the situation in the Indo-Pacific region and global issues such as food, energy and cyber security.

Noting China's increasingly aggressive behavior in the Indian Ocean and Pacific region, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock had said at the start of the meeting that its impact was not only felt on the Pacific countries of the G7 – the United States, Canada and Japan. going. – But also in Europe.

The G7 meeting is being held in the Italian Mediterranean island of Capri.

Italy currently chairs the G7 group. The other members are the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Japan and Germany.

The meeting, which began Wednesday evening on Capri, discussed concerns about the threat of fire in the Middle East following the Iranian attack on Israel last weekend.

It is eagerly awaited to see how far G7 ministers will go in their final declaration on isolating Tehran, as Baerbock and others have demanded.

Another major topic of the G7 was the escalating Russian attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure and efforts to strengthen the crisis-hit country's air defence.

The host of the meeting, Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani, plans to comment publicly on the results after the end of the consultation.

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