G7 will hurt itself being accomplice of economic coercion
A demonstrator holds a placard at Hiroshima's Funairi Daiichi Park in a protest against the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Hiroshima, Japan, May 19, 2023. (Xinhua/Zhang Xiaoyu) By Zhong Sheng, People's Daily To pressure China is reportedly to be one of the core topics of the Group of Seven (G7) summit to be held in Japan's Hiroshima.
Zelenskyy Arrives in Hiroshima for G7 Summit as World Leaders Sanction Russia.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived Saturday in Japan for talks with the leaders of the world’s most powerful democracies as they tighten sanctions meant to punish Moscow over its 15-month invasion of Ukraine. Zelenskyy’s decision to visit Hiroshima stems from his strong wish to participate in talks with the Group of Seven and other countries that will influence his nation’s defense against Russia, host nation Japan said.
Russia denounces G7 criticism of China as a "containment effort" of its alliance with Moscow
The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, has denounced that the G7's criticism of China's economic and military policy formulated during the Hiroshima summit is nothing more than an exercise to contain the alliance between Beijing and Moscow, and end, through a policy of "suppression", with the "competition" that Russia represents on the international stage.
G7 Leaders gathering, Russian faces new sanction.
Following the gathering of the G7 Leaders in Hiroshima summit, the Group of Seven nations have agreed to a new sanctions they said would “starve Russia of G7 technology, industrial equipment and services that support its war machine” Recently after Britain unveiled new sanctions against Russia targeting imports of diamonds, minerals, and advanced military technology.