On Friday, May 19, the G7 summit began in Hiroshima, which will last until May 21. On the very first day, the G7 leaders adopted a joint statement entirely dedicated to the Ukrainian conflict. They again promised to help Ukraine “as much as needed”, to impose sanctions against the Russian Federation and deprive it of its sources of income. In addition, they called on Moscow to “stop aggression and withdraw troops and military equipment from all internationally recognized territory of Ukraine.” And although the agenda of the meeting included many global issues, and Ukraine was only one of the items, it is obvious that it will become the key topic of discussion in the coming days. Moreover, as Western media write, despite denials from Kyiv, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also fly to Hiroshima.