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In Rome, a meeting of the energy ministers of the Group of Seven
The energy ministers of the G-7 countries, including Japan's energy minister Toshimitsu Motaga, will meet tomorrow to discuss the dependence of a number of countries on energy supplies from Russia.
The two-day ministerial meeting in Rome will be held in the face of increased tensions between Russia and the Western powers because of the crisis in Ukraine.
The energy ministers of the G-7 countries are expected to discuss ways to increase natural gas imports from the US and from the Middle East. They will also look into asking the United States to provide technical assistance to the countries of Eastern Europe in the exploitation of their rich reserves of shale gas.