The Group of Seven countries has prepared long-term security guarantees for Ukraine, which they call historic and a step toward ending the current phase of the war.
This was reported to Yevropeiska Pravda by the press service of the UK government.
The decision has already been prepared and almost agreed upon. The signing will take place on Wednesday in Vilnius, on the sidelines of the NATO summit.
"The joint declaration, which is expected to be signed by all G7 members, will define the format of allied support for Ukraine in the coming years to end the war and deter or repel any further aggression. This is the first time that so many countries have adopted such a comprehensive agreement," the press service said.
The signatories of the Joint Declaration will also provide long-term bilateral security commitments to Ukraine, aimed at building a Ukraine that can protect its territorial integrity now and in the future.
After the signing of the declaration, the partners will announce even more security assistance, including more extensive and rapid intelligence sharing and support to combat cyberattacks and hybrid threats, expanding training programs for the Ukrainian military, and developing Ukraine's industrial base.
Author - Olena Madiak, 12/07/2023