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Zelensky requests the G7 to put more pressure on Russia for an end to the war this year

Volodymyr Zelensky (the president of Ukraine) has called for greater efforts by the G7 countries to end the conflict between Russia and his country.

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Zelensky requests the G7 to put more pressure on Russia for an end to the war this year

Volodymyr Zelensky (the president of Ukraine) has called for greater efforts by the G7 countries to end the conflict between Russia and his country. In a videoconference communication to heads of state and government from the G7 countries, Zelensky warned that the warlike conflict could continue beyond next winter. Zelensky requested that more anti-aircraft weapons be deployed to counter missile bombardments and to attack invading forces. This was in order to defend himself against Russian aggression.

The leader of Ukraine also appealed to the G7, which includes the United States, Canada and Germany as well as France, Great Britain. Italy, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, France and Great Britain for massive financial assistance for his country's reconstruction after the war ends. He asked for additional sanctions to be applied to the Moscow regime in order to increase pressure and allow the export of the cereals that many Third World States have accumulated. The G7 countries announced additional sanctions against Zelensky before the meeting. These will become effective in the near future.

After the G7 leaders had finished their conversation, Olaf Scholz (the host of the meeting) announced that the West was going to be harder on Russia. Scholz stated via Twitter that "we are going to increase pressure on Putin even further" and stressed that "this conflict must end." The Head of the Government of Berlin assured that all G7 countries were "decided on Ukraine", and that they would continue to support the country in the armed conflict until the end. However, they must make difficult, but necessary decisions.

Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, has compared supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia with fighting Adolf Hitler, the Nazi dictator. Johnson stated that freedom is worth the price. Johnson explained that democracy had to take a long time to react to aggression and tyranny in the mid-20th centuries. A heavy price was paid. "But the defeat of dictators, particularly Nazi Germany, brought many decades of stability, and a global order based upon an international system of laws," said the 'premier", who added that it was worth defending because, in the long-term, it brings well-being.

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