Officials turn the page for Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland and Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono as they sign Cross-Servicing Agreement in Toronto, Ontario, on Sunday, April 21, 2018. / AFP / Lars Hagberg
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The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized nations met in Toronto on Sunday seeking a common front against what they see as aggression from Vladimir Putin's Russia.The ministers from the world's most powerful democracies are also meeting to plan for June's G7 summit of rich-world leaders in Charlevoix, Quebec -- but Russia and North Korea will never be far from their minds.Acting U.S. Secretary of State John Sullivan's first bilateral meeting in Toronto late Saturday was with Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. On Sunday, Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland will host all of her G7 colleagues plus the European Union's representative at a working lunch to discuss the crisis in Russia and Ukraine.
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