All together against Putin!
World leaders agreed last night on a new surge in support for defeating Vladimir Putin in Ukraine after the Kremlin bombed Kiev as the G7 summit took place.
Emmanuel Macron stated that he is determined to take long-term measures.
Boris Johnson said the withdrawal would now be a catastrophic mistake.
The timing of the attack was seen as a sharp message to world leaders to encourage Ukraine further.
Johnson and Macron, who have so far had a strained relationship, yesterday agreed on a reset of goals as they held one-on-one talks at the summit.
The same message for being close to Ukraine was echoed by US President Joe Biden, who said: "We must stand together, because Putin has calculated from the beginning that NATO and the G7 would be somehow divided. "But we have not done it and we will not do it."
Also present at the meeting were Ursula von der Leyen, Charles Michel, Mario Draghi, Olaf Scholz, Fumoi Kishida and Justin Trudeau.