OREANDA-NEWS  Brazilian diplomacy is working to ensure that the final expanded declaration of the G7 summit participants does not have an anti-Russian character, the Globo newspaper reported, citing the country's Foreign Ministry secretary.

"Brazilian diplomacy is working to ensure that the final declaration, which will be signed at the G7 meeting in Hiroshima, Japan, attended by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, does not become an anti-Russian act. The text under discussion will address the importance of ensuring food security, especially among the poorest countries of the world.

The idea is that the document only mentions the war between Russians and Ukrainians, without directly condemning Moscow," the Globo article says, citing Brazilian Foreign Ministry Secretary for Economic Affairs Mauricio Liriu.

On May 20 and 21, the President of Brazil will take part in the meetings of the "Big Seven" with the participation of the leaders of Japan, the USA, Italy, France, Germany, Great Britain and Canada, which will be held in Hiroshima.