G7 foreign ministers to discuss Ukraine and Middle East next month

Italy’s deputy prime minister and foreign minister said on Wednesday that the Middle East, Ukraine and terrorism would be on the main agenda of the Group of Seven foreign ministers’ meeting Italy will host in Capri next month.

Antonio Tajani held a press conference in the Naples region during the Italian Presidency from April 17 to 19.

G7 countries include the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and Germany.

Tajani stressed that the meeting will pay special attention to sending a message of peace to Gaza.

He noted that peace efforts were continuing following a previous informal gathering in Munich, Germany, which conveyed a message of peace.

Tajani said that there will also be discussions on Ukraine issues and counter-terrorism issues, emphasizing that these topics should be taken seriously and aimed at in-depth analysis and sharing of information to achieve further progress.

He also mentioned their focus on developments in the Mediterranean and Africa and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. He described the situation in Taiwan as tense and expressed support for maintaining the status quo in the Indo-Pacific region.

He added that NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba would attend the meeting.

Tajani also said that Brazil, India and Mauritania will be invited to participate in the G7 meeting.

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