The president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said recently that he had invited India to join the Ukrainian peace formula during earlier talks with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the summit of the Group of Seven (G7) most developed industrialized countries, which is being held today and tomorrow, Sunday in Hiroshima of Japan.

As Zelensky wrote on the Telegram messaging app, the two men discussed Ukraine’s needs for demining and field hospitals in their first live meeting since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022.

For his part, the Indian Prime Minister wrote on Twitter that he had talks with Zelensky and posted a photo of their meeting.

The president of Ukraine arrived today in Hiroshima to participate in its summit Group of Seven (G7) more developed industrialized countries.

Her plane French Republic that carried him to Hiroshima from Saudi Arabia, where he had gone yesterday, Friday, landed at the airport of the Japanese city and a red carpet was laid for his descent, AFP journalists found.

Japan, which chairs this year’s G7, announced earlier today that Zelensky would attend the summit in person, which is being held in the world’s first city to be hit with a nuclear bomb, at a time when nuclear threats from the Russian president Vladimir Putin have upset the West.

In a message on Twitter, Zelensky announced his arrival in Hiroshima for “important meetings with partners and friends of Ukraine.” “Security and expanded cooperation for our victory. Peace will come closer today,” the Ukrainian president added.