The Group of Seven advanced countries, at their two-day summit in Brussels from Wednesday, are expected to show support for Ukraine's coming administration under President-elect Petro Poroshenko, informed sources said.
High on the agenda at the G-7 summit will be the situation in Ukraine and response to Russia following the country's intervention in Ukraine.
Leaders of the seven countries--Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United State--are expected to call on all parties concerned to make efforts to solve the situation in a peaceful way at an early time, the sources said. Poroshenko, who won the May 25 presidential election, is known for his pro-European Union stance.
In late May, U.S. President Barack Obama phoned Poroshenko and conveyed Washington's full-fledged support for him.