G7 leaders back deal to use Russia interest for Ukraine

By Andrea Shalal and Angelo Amante
Updated June 13 2024 - 9:40pm, first published 9:37pm
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has welcomed US President Joe Biden to the G7 meet in southern Italy. (AP PHOTO)
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has welcomed US President Joe Biden to the G7 meet in southern Italy. (AP PHOTO)

Leaders of the Group of Seven major democracies have started their annual summit with many of them under a cloud at home but determined to make a difference on the world stage as they seek to help Ukraine and counter China's economic ambitions.

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