G7 envoys voice support for Ukraine's coronavirus response efforts.

Diplomats also reiterated support for the country's reforms toward strengthening the economy.

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The Ambassadors of the Group of Seven (the United States, UK, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan) have expressed support to Ukraine in its efforts to tackle the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The envoys met with Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal on May 28 to discuss the reform agenda and the response to the COVID-19.

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"The G7 Ambassadors reaffirmed their support for Ukraine in addressing the effects of the pandemic and in advancing reforms to strengthen Ukraine's economy and democracy," G7AmbReformUA tweeted on June 1.

As UNIAN reported earlier, PM Shmyhal believes the pandemic has provided a certain impetus to Ukrainian reforms, first of all in the health care sector.

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