German Chancellor Olaf Scholz emphasized to the media on Tuesday at the G7 conference in Baravia that they would not let Putin's adversary win the conflict.
According to Scholz, they will continue to use all available measures to defend the defeated Ukraine and to put harsh penalties on Russia in an effort to persuade Putin, who is despised around the world, to halt the conflict.
The summit, which brought together leaders from seven of the world's most economically developed countries, was also attended by US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron.
The summit is seen as a response from Western countries to address the crisis in Ukraine six months after the Russian invasion.
Already, the West has promised to continue to support Ukraine's bleeding in every possible way, both militarily and economically.
This comes as the war in Ukraine continues to have an impact on the global economy with commodity prices such as rising food prices.
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