US President Joe Biden and the leaders of the other G7 industrialised countries are set to hold an emergency meeting in just under an hour to discuss the situation in Ukraine.
The leaders of the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada will be joined at 13:00BST by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
Zelensky is expected to push the case for more military assistance – with Ukraine specifically calling for more air defence systems in the light of this week’s missile and drone strikes.
In the build up to the meeting, France has said the G7 leaders will likely also issue a statement about Russian-ally Belarus, warning the country’s leader Alexander Lukashenko to stay out of the conflict.
We’re expecting them to tell us what they discussed afterwards, and we’ll bring you that as soon as we hear it.