UK's May says Russia must change before it returns to G8

UK's May says Russia must change before it returns to G8

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he told Trump that readmitting Russian Federation "is not something that we are even remotely looking at at this time".

Dismissing everything you might have heard from Sean Hannity, you have to ask yourself, "What the fuck does Putin have on Trump?"

"The US president has repeatedly said that it's reasonable to hold such a meeting", Putin said on the sidelines of a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

"As soon as the American side is ready this meeting would take place depending on my working schedule of course", Putin told reporters in the Chinese city of Qingdao. "We did not discuss a specific location but many countries offer their support, including Austria", Putin said.

Xi also hailed the entry of new members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, calling the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain "of great historic significance" in opening remarks at the weekend summit in the northern Chinese port of Qingdao.

But both nations have touted their nuclear supremacy.

Addressing the summit, he said that Iran would expect other participants in the nuclear deal to provide guarantees that they would honor the agreement. He has pleaded for the re-admission of Russian Federation into the G7 group from which Russian Federation was expelled in 2014 after Moscow annexed Crimea from the Ukraine.

White House aide Larry Kudlow tells CNN's "State of the Union" says Trudeau has done a "great disservice" to the G-7 by saying Canada had to stand up for itself and that the USA was responsible for the problem with tariffs.

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"We did not (choose to) leave it, our colleagues refused to come to Russian Federation due to known reasons at some point".

Putin said he shares Trump's expression of concern about a renewed arms race expressed in a March phone call. "I think the ball is in the Americans' court", Putin was quoted as saying by Interfax. She took particular issue with Trump's previous claim that imports of Canadian steel and aluminum had made United States steel and aluminum plants unsustainable, thereby threatening national security.

The president's move to reject the communique contradicted a statementfrom Trudeau earlier, in which the prime minister announced "we have released a joint communique by all seven countries".

The timing of the comments may not be arbitrary - they come just days after Trump advocated for Russian Federation, saying it should be allowed to rejoin the G7 summit.

"It was a betrayal", Kudlow said on CNN's State of the Union.

Trump also added he has been Russia's "worst nightmare".

A Canada official responded in a more measured tone.

On Sunday, Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland called the tariffs illegal and insulting. German Chancellor Merkel looks to be in a tense situation with Trump.

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