The European Union has given Ukraine an additional € 500 million ($ 520 million) to buy heavy weapons to fend off Russia’s invasion, said Brock’s foreign minister on Friday in seven wealthy nations. Said at a gathering of top diplomats from the group.
Josep Borrell, EU High Representative for Foreign Policy, said he hopes that Block members will soon agree to an oil embargo on Russia, despite concerns from some countries.
“We will provide an additional $ 500 million in a new tranche to support the Ukrainian army,” Borrell told reporters prior to the G7 meeting at the Weissenhaus on the Baltic coast of Germany.
The money will be allocated to the purchase of heavy weapons, and the EU’s total financial support for Ukraine will be € 2 billion, he added.
With the participation of Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy, Japan and the United States, the conference will put more pressure on Russia through economic sanctions, isolate Moscow internationally and counter the informedness spread by Russia. Will seek a way. Borel said.
EU diplomats will discuss the possibility of an oil embargo on Russia, which Hungary has resisted because it relies heavily on Russia’s imports on Monday.
“We need this agreement and will have it,” Borrell said.
“We need to understand the specific circumstances of all 27 member states,” he added. “But if there is no agreement at the level of the ambassador on Monday, the ministers must provide political impetus when they gather the Foreign Affairs Council.”
Prime Minister Borrell said it was important for the G7 meeting to present a “united front.” This is a sentiment echoed by British Foreign Minister Liz Truss.
Some of the Weissenhouse agenda unblocks millions of tons of grain stuck in Ukraine, a major agricultural exporter, urgently needed to alleviate food shortages around the world. There is a way to do it.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba and neighboring Moldova Foreign Minister Nicu Popescu were invited to the meeting as guests.
Approximately 3,500 police officers were stationed at the event venue northeast of Hamburg for security purposes.
The European Union’s foreign policy director also said he hopes that a deadlocked negotiation with Iran on an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program could be reached.
Negotiations between Tehran and the world’s major powers have recently partially stalled Iran’s request for the United States to de-designate the country’s paramilitary revolutionary defense force as a terrorist.
Prime Minister Borrell, as a bystander to the meeting of Germany’s G7 major economies, said Brock’s envoy visited Tehran this week for a “better than expected” meeting.
“This kind of thing can’t be resolved overnight, but let’s say the negotiations are blocked and unblocked. That means we’re likely to reach a final agreement.”