Putin holds G1 Summit in Moscow

Putin holds G1 Summit in Moscow

Moscow ( Archive ) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered in response to the Crimean crisis for the immediate formation of a new Summit Group. According to RIA Novosti thus were excluded from the original G8 group, the remaining seven states United States, Germany, Britain, France, Canada, Japan and Italy. For the first meeting of the new G1, to be held in June in Moscow, to the Kremlin chief promises’ absolute completeness’. With the expulsion of seven states, Russian President make sure to allow only those in his view’ powerful industrial nations’ access to elite gatherings. The invitations to the meeting in June had already sent, so Sergei Budnik, a spokesman for the Kremlin.

The heads of state of the excluded by Russia Ex – G8 nations regret the decision of the Russian president deeply at odds today but in the question of an appropriate response.

For this reason, the United States announced the establishment of its own G1 Summit on. UK, Germany, France and the other nations want to follow suit with autonomous peaks. Whether long-term goal is – as German Chancellor Angela Merkel – in so-called G1 G1 G1 G1 G1 G1 G1 G1 meeting ( then again with Russia ) to negotiate everything new


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