G7 stiffens resolve to thwart Russia, gives Zelenskiy chance to win over fence sitters

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By Andreas Rinke and Trevor Hunnicutt HIROSHIMA, Japan (Reuters) – The Group of Seven (G7) rich nations signalled to Russia their readiness to stand by Ukraine for the long haul while giving President Volodymyr Zelenskiy a chance to win over countries such as Brazil and India on the last day of a summit in Japan. Distrust of China as a trading partner and determination to help Ukraine repel Russia’s invasion were the key messages delivered by the World’s leading democracies at the gathering in the city of Hiroshima. But even as the G7 leaders began wrapping up their three-day meeting on Sunday…

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