On June 26, 2022, the 3-day "G7" Leaders Summit was officially launched in the Bavarian Alps, Germany. The summit focused on expanding energy and gold sanctions against Russia, strengthening arms aid to Ukraine, combating climate change and Africa. Discussion of potential famine. On the Russia-Ukraine war, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson issued a statement before the meeting, warning Western countries not to show fatigue in supporting Ukraine.
As the Russian-Ukrainian war lengthens, it means that Western countries must invest more and last longer in military aid to Ukraine, especially since the progress of bilateral negotiations between Russia and Ukraine is extremely slow, or even no industry email list progress at all. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy took advantage of the summit to speak via video. Zelensky called on the G7 countries to provide Ukraine with more weapons and air defense systems to counter Russian attacks, and the G7 should impose new sanctions on Russia, also stressing:
"Delaying weapons support to Ukraine or sanctions against Russia is tantamount to inviting Russia to attack Russia. Wu launched attack after attack." For Zelensky's request, G7 member countries responded to a certain extent. In terms of sanctions against Russia, the White House released a "fact list" after the meeting, stating that G7 members agreed to impose sanctions on Russia's trade, military production and supply chain, energy exports and human rights issues.