Thank you, Ali. Clearly, Vladimir Putin underestimated the west and its unity. Not only did he underestimate it, but his bad decisions and lack of judgment in making decisions have shown how much the west can become united in light of such a severe threat.
The unity comes in different ways; it's definitely through NATO, but also through the G7. The G7 has become this coordination group where foreign ministers talk to each other pretty much every week. Not only do we speak to each other and not only are we in contact with each other, but our political directors are talking to each other daily.
I would add that usually, the G7 ministers see each other two times a year. Since we wanted to make sure that our sanctions would have a lot of impact, that they would be very much coordinated and that there would be no loopholes, we have worked together to exchange data, names and entities. We're doing this to see how we can help each other, particularly on the question of energy security, as Michael mentioned, but also to make sure we are targeting the right individuals and the right entities.
We have also worked on refugees. We're working on questions in line with humanitarian aid.
Every single aspect of this crisis is being discussed at the G7 table.