G7 Releases Joint Statement On Ebola Outbreak, Expresses ‘Deepest Concern’

Media sources report on a G7 joint statement on countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.

Agence France-Presse: G7 warns Ebola-hit nations ‘must not be isolated’
“The world’s most developed economies pledged to keep open air and sea links with Ebola-hit countries Thursday, saying much-needed help had to be able to reach those nations battling the epidemic…” (9/25).

RIA Novosti: G7, E.U. Call for More Funding in Curbing Ebola Outbreak
“The G7 foreign ministers on Thursday voiced their ‘deepest concern’ about the ‘unprecedented spread of Ebola’ across West Africa and called for the world community to increase its financial support of the effort to stop the lethal virus from spreading further…” (9/25).

U.S. Department of State: G7 Foreign Ministers’ Joint Statement on Ebola
In a media note, the White House publishes the G7 statement, “released by the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and High Representative of the European Union…” (9/25).

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