On April 16-16, Karuizawa, Japan hosts a summit of foreign ministers of the G7 member states. The most global topics for discussion were Ukraine and China.
The G7 members unanimously condemned Russian aggression against Ukraine "in the strongest possible terms" and "irresponsible nuclear rhetoric." In a joint communiqué, the summit participants announced their intention to assist Ukraine "as long as it takes".
"We recommit today to supporting Ukraine for as long as it takes and providing sustained security, economic, and institutional support to help Ukraine defend itself, secure its free and democratic future, and deter future Russian aggression."
Earlier, Xi Jinping announced a "peace plan" that would bring peace to the world. G7 members called the plan "vague" and expressed doubts about how active states should be in the China plan. While the US, Ukraine and allies deny any talk of a "ceasefire" until Russia entirely withdraws its troops from Ukraine, Macron is asking for attention to a "diplomatic decision" by China.