The G7 has created an Energy Ramstein group to assist Ukraine with its infrastructure restoration.
This provision is contained in a statement from the G7 foreign ministers following their two-day meeting in Münster (Germany). “Today, we are creating a coordination mechanism within the G7 that will help Ukraine repair, restore and protect its critical energy and water infrastructure,” the statement said. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken called the G7’s assistance in restoring the energy infrastructure an energy Ramstein. Blinken emphasized that the G7 countries have created a separate mechanism to understand Ukraine’s needs and what each state can offer from its side. “It’s a bit like the Ramstein process of helping Ukraine with its defense needs. So, we’re doing the same thing, only in the energy field,” Blinken noted.