On the 24th, two years after Russia's military invasion began, the leaders of the G7 and the European Union visited Ukraine to pay tribute to the fallen soldiers and offer financial and military support. We have indicated that we will continue to do so.

On the 24th, four people visited Ukraine: Prime Minister Meloni of Italy, which holds the G7 Presidency, Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada, Prime Minister Declow of Belgium, and EU President von der Leyen.

Together with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, the four attended a ceremony to commemorate the fallen soldiers at an airport near the capital, Kiiv.

At the ceremony, Prime Minister Meloni said, ``We are here to express our gratitude to those who fought without running away, for themselves, for their families, for the people they love, on this day two years ago.'' said.

Chairman von der Leyen also stated, ``Today's visit was to convey to Ukraine that Europe will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it is necessary,'' and announced a policy of continuing military support such as financial support and the provision of artillery shells. I showed it.

The group also visited a monastery in the center of Kiv, where they laid flowers in front of a wall displaying photographs of fallen soldiers.

While it has been pointed out that there is "support fatigue" due to the prolonged military invasion, the leaders of the G7 and the EU will visit the site on the two-year anniversary to once again emphasize solidarity with Ukraine.