The Group of Seven (G7) countries want a global investment plan to help Ukraine recover from the Russian military invasion.

This was stated by the German Minister of Economy and Vice-Chancellor Robert Habeck, quoted by BTA.

"It is about the creation of a large global fund in which a lot of money raised by private investors will be invested," he noted.

"Foreign companies should be made easier when doing business in Ukraine," Habek said during a meeting of G7 trade ministers in Neubrandenburg, east of Berlin. 

Von der Leyen congratulated Ukraine on its military successes

Germany currently chairs the Group of Seven most advanced world economies, which also includes France, Italy, Japan, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. 

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Sviridenko was also present at the meeting in Neubrandenburg, who said that "Ukraine is fighting on two fronts - the economic and the military."

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