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G7 Ukraine Support Group

May 11, 2015: G7 ambassadors in Kyiv issue statement under Germany's G7 presidency
June 25, 2015: G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine meets with Ukrainian prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk
"On June 25, the G7 ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine, including the Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi, held a meeting with the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk. In particular, the issues of energy security were discussed during the meeting. The Prime Minister also emphasized that the Government of Ukraine highly appreciates the support of the Group of Seven in the Ukraine's fight for its independence and territorial integrity." Source: Embassy of Japan in Ukraine
October 23, 2015: G7 ambassadors meet with the president of Ukraine
"On October 23, 2015 Ambassador Sumi took part in the G7 Ukraine support group Ambassadorial meeting with the President of Ukraine, at the premises of the President's Administration. The meeting lasted nearly three hours, during which participants discussed a wide range of issues regarding Ukraine's diplomacy and domestic policy. The G7 Ambassadors' Ukraine support group was established as a result of the G7 Summit which took place in June of last year in Elmau, Germany. These meetings are held regularly and aim to support Ukraine's reforms and exchange views on the current political and economic situation." Source: Embassy of Japan in Ukraine
November 6, 2015: G7 Ambassadors' Support Group issue statement on tax reform
December 22, 2015: G7 ambassadors issue statement on Ukraine's financial situation
January 13, 2016: G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine meet under Japan's G7 presidency
"On January 13, 2016 the first meeting of the ambassadors of the G7 Ukraine Support Group was held at the residence of the Ambassador of Japan in Ukraine, Shigeki Sumi. Since January 1, 2016 Japan is the G7 chair and will host the Summit of the Group of Seven (Ise-Shima Summit) on May 26-27, 2016. Meanwhile in Kyiv, Ambassador Sumi will chair the G7 Ambassadorial meetings to ensure support for Ukrainian internal reforms. Additionally, Mr. Hajime Hayashi, Director-General of European Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, participated in this first meeting while on a business trip in Kyiv." Source: Embassy of Japan in Ukraine 
January 29, 2016: G7 Ambassadors meet with Ukrainian high officials to discuss anticorruption
"On January 29th, G7 ambassadors had a meeting with Ukrainian high officials dealing with anti-corruption in various sectors. During the meeting, the progress of anti-corruption institution reform was discussed. G7 ambassadors reiterated their strong commitment to continuously support the efforts of the Ukrainian government for early implementation of anti-corruption reforms and establishment of independent transparent and strong anti-corruption system." Source: Embassy of Japan in Ukraine
February 3, 2016: G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine meet with Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs
"On February 3, the G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine held a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Mr. Pavlo Klimkin. All G7 Ambassadors participated in the meeting, during which the Minsk Agreements, expectations of the G7, as well as the situation in Crimea were discussed." Source: Embassy of Japan in Ukraine
February 12, 2016: G7 Ambassadors issue statement
February 15, 2016: G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine issue statement
March 15, 2016: Statement of the G7 Ambassadors Regarding the Detention of Nadiya Savchenko
March 31, 2016: Meeting between G7 Ambassadors' Support Group for Ukraine and Prime Minister Yatsenyuk, March 29, 2016

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