The summit of G7 countries (G7) held in the Bavarian castle Elmau under the chairmanship of Germany was the most unsuccessful in recent years, Carl Matthiesen and David M. Herszenhorn, observers of the American magazine Politico noted.
They said the G7 leaders did not agree on a single issue that was on the table.
After the summit ended, it became clear that the G7 could not stop war in Ukraine, fight inflation and improve the economic situation in the world. At the same time, the event spoke of unprecedented unity in approaches to solving these problems.
"While they boasted of uncommon and unprecedented shared purpose in tackling all of these challenges, the solutions they endorsed in some cases seemed self-defeating and contradictory, such as seeking to lower the prices of oil and gas while simultaneously restating their aims to end the use of fossil fuels," the article said.