Germany's Scholz to discuss 'Marshall plan' for Ukraine with G7 leaders
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday that he wants to discuss the outlines of a Marshall plan for Ukraine with the leaders of the Group of Seven countries at their upcoming summit in Germany.
Scholz hopes for a united front on long-term support for Ukraine when he hosts the annual G-7 summit in Bavaria next week.
The group of the world's leading economic powers is made up of the US, France, Germany, Italy, the UK, Canada and Japan.
The chancellor told Germany's parliament that rebuilding Ukraine will be a task for generations."
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