This is stated in a joint statement by the Foreign Ministers of the G7 countries following a meeting in Munster, Germany, writes European Pravda.
“We look forward to an international conference in Paris on December 13 aimed at supporting the resilience of the civilian population of Ukraine, organized by France and Ukraine,” the statement said.
“We also welcome the results of the International Conference of Experts held on October 25 in Berlin and remain committed to promoting the recovery, reconstruction and modernization of Ukraine. We will stand firmly by Ukraine for as long as it takes,” the ministers said.
Since the beginning of October, Ukraine has faced constant attacks on critical infrastructure and power sources, and power outages continue throughout Ukraine.
This week alone, attacks on critical infrastructure in Kyiv, Cherkasy, Kirovohrad, Kharkiv, and Zaporozhye regions left hundreds of thousands of people without power and water.
Earlier, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba said that Kyiv is in dialogue with partners on assistance to restore energy infrastructure after Russian shelling and there are already agreements with 12 countries.