Boosting support for Kyiv, redirecting key supply chains away from China and setting guardrails for artificial intelligence applications will be just some of the topics discussed by the Group of Seven nations when their leaders meet Thursday to Saturday for a key summit in Italy.

Under the chairmanship of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, G7 leaders will have their hands full at the three-day gathering in the resort village of Borgo Egnazia, with the Israel-Gaza conflict, the intensifying U.S.-China rivalry and growing tensions in the Indo-Pacific also expected to be high on the agenda.

Just like last year’s summit in Hiroshima, the leaders will be joined by their counterparts from emerging and developing countries, as the G7 looks to step up cooperation to forge a united front on critical matters.