G7 Summit: ‘China pressures Russia to end war in Ukraine’, G7 group said- peaceful solution should be on Taiwan

G7 Summit News: The G7 summit is being held in Japan these days, in which the group of seven rich democracies urged China on Saturday (May 20) to stop Ukraine’s attack on its strategic partner Russia. pressure to end its war against.

In a joint statement issued on Saturday, the G-7 leaders said they did not seek China’s harm, but sought a ‘constructive and stable relationship’ with Beijing. The group said, “We want to call on China to put pressure on Russia to stop its military aggression and immediately withdraw all its troops from Ukraine completely and unconditionally.”

The situation in the East and South China Sea is serious
The G7 group said in the statement, "We encourage China to support a comprehensive, just and sustainable peace based on territorial integrity and the principles and objectives of the United Nations Charter, including through direct dialogue with Ukraine." Calling for working together on challenges such as climate change, biodiversity, debt and financial needs of vulnerable countries, global health concerns and economic stability, the group said cooperation with China is needed given its global role and economic size. .

The leaders expressed ‘grave concern’ about the situation in the East and South China Seas, where Beijing is expanding its military presence and threatening to use force to assert control over self-ruled Taiwan . He called for a ‘peaceful settlement’ of China’s claim to Taiwan, which has remained unresolved since the Communists seized power on the Chinese mainland in 1949.

Perennial issue of forced labour
The statement said that "China’s vast maritime claims in the South China Sea have no legal basis, and we oppose China’s militarization activities in the region." The statement said, "A rising China that plays by international rules would be in global interest." The G-7 also united in speaking out about human rights in China, including in Tibet, Hong Kong and the far western region of Xinjiang, where the issue of forced labor is a perennial issue.

At the same time, G7 members vowed to take a stand against ‘economic coercion’ of various kinds, saying they would ‘combat malicious practices, such as illegal technology transfers or data disclosure,’ while ‘trade and investment will also refrain from ‘unreasonably limiting the"text-align: justify;">‘Washington has exploited and bled for years’
Chinese officials react to various G7 statements about economic pressure and other issues, accusing the US and other members of hypocrisy Key’s. Xinhua news agency ran a scathing story on Friday describing such allegations as a ‘witch hunt’, bullying and ‘superpower repression’.

It was said that when it comes to coercion, earlier the United States had a monopoly on water. America’s G7 allies must have a lot going for them, given how Washington has exploited, or bled, them over the years.

Japan is hosting this year’s annual summit of the G7, which includes the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada and Italy, as well as the European Union. The statement was issued on the second day of the three-day summit.

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