The Ukrainian president continues to bring the cause of his country, invaded by neighboring Russia, to Westerners.
This Monday, Volodymyr Zelensky urged the leaders of the G7, meeting at the summit, "to do their utmost" to put an end to the war which is ravaging his country before the end of the year, indicated sources within the G7.
The leader, who spoke by videoconference at the Château d'Elmau where the leaders of the G7 are meeting, "had a very strong message saying that we had to do our utmost to try to end this war before the end of the year. “, underlined these sources.
He also called on the leaders of the seven countries to "step up sanctions" against Moscow.
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