Tokyo, May 18 – And the head of Vladimir Zelensky’s office, Igor Zhuvka, did not rule out, in an interview with the Japanese Kyodo Agency, Zelensky’s visit to Japan and his personal participation in the G7 summit.
“I don’t know what form it will take, but (Zelinski) will definitely participate,” Zovkva Kyodo News Agency quoted Zovkva Kyodo as saying. Regarding Zelensky’s arrival in Japan, the official said that the matter “will depend on the situation on the fronts.”
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“We are closely monitoring the situation on the fronts, after which a final decision will be made,” Zovkva said.
It was reported earlier that Zelensky may participate in the G7 summit, which opens tomorrow in Hiroshima, Japan, via the Internet.
In 2023, Japan will assume the G7 presidency. The G7 summit will be held in Hiroshima from May 19 to 21.
In addition to the G7 countries, India, Australia, Brazil, South Korea, Vietnam and three other countries received an invitation to the Hiroshima summit: Indonesia chairs the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the Cook Islands chairs the Pacific Islands Forum, and the Union of Comoros. Presidency of the African Union. In addition to these countries, the heads of seven organizations received invitations to the Hiroshima summit: the United Nations, the International Energy Agency, the International Monetary Fund, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Bank, the World Health Organization and the World Health Organization. WTO.
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