The G7 countries have signed a declaration outlining long-term security guarantees for Ukraine in response to Russia's invasion. The declaration includes provisions for the G7 to provide military equipment, training, intelligence sharing, and economic support to Ukraine. In return, Ukraine is committed to implementing reforms, including in areas such as law enforcement and anti-corruption. The G7's security pledges to Ukraine have been criticized by Russia, with the Kremlin calling them "erroneous and dangerous." The announcement comes after NATO failed to invite Ukraine to join the military coalition. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy welcomed the security framework as important signaling to Russia.
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