The G7 foreign ministers are going to discuss Russian aggression against Ukraine, release of Ukrainian sailors, political prisoners and hostages during a summit on April 5-6. This was stated by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin to journalists on Friday in Kyiv, - Interfax-Ukraine reports.
According to him, a number of issues related to the Russian aggression will be discussed.
"The Crimea, Donbass, release of our prisoners of war, political prisoners and hostages", - Klimkin said.
He clarified that the public will be able to see position of the G7 foreign ministers on Ukrainian issues in the outcome document.
Klimkin added that Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland would inform colleagues about a conference on reforms in Ukraine, which will be held in Canada in early July.