Brussels (Belgium) – The foreign ministers of the G7, a group of seven nations comprising the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Canada, said in a statement that those responsible for the military action on civilians in Ukraine should be held accountable. Due to the use of prohibited weapons like cluster bombs in these attacks, appropriate action must be taken for these war crimes.
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‘Russia’s invasion is a matter of concern. Peace and security are the two priorities. That is why we talked about holding Russia accountable for this war’, G7 nations said after convening a meeting here.
Russia was expelled from the G7 group in 2014 after it invaded and occupied the Crimean province of Ukraine. Russia has still not relinquished its claim to Crimea.