Romania’s Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu on Tuesday participated in the G7+ videoconference where he stood for an increased assistance for Ukraine in the context of the present winter challenges. Aurescu said that Romania would continue to support Ukraine jointly with the partners sharing the same visions and objectives. The G7+ conference was co-chaired by the US secretary of state Antony Blinken and the Foreign Minister of Japan Hayashi Yoshimasa. High on the agenda was the situation of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, which suffered massive and repeated attacks from the Russian Federation as well as the stage and prospects of the support granted to Ukraine by the international community to handle the results of these attacks and increase its resilience at society level. According to Foreign Ministry sources, the head of the Romanian diplomacy mentioned the success of this format launched in Bucharest in November 2022 on the sidelines of the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting. Aurescu says that the repeated large-scale attacks against the Ukrainian civilian infrastructure is a blatant violation of the international humanitarian law and their aim is to break the resilience of the Ukrainian society, something the international democratic community cannot allow to happen.