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G7 Does Not Welcome Russia: German Official


06/06/2018


Even after five years’ of Russia’s exit from the block of rich countries in the world, the group shows reluctance in taking Russia back to the group.



The “Group of Seven”, commonly known as G7, made up of seven rich countries of the world, does not want Russia to make a come to the block, reported a Senior German official. In fact, the source also added that the group has its own reasons for maintaining their stance with the “existing arrangement”.
 
Previously known as “Group of Eight” which included Russia, became the group of seven from the year of 2014 with Russia exit from the club, following Russia’s “its annexation of the Crimea region”. Furthermore, Russia also witnessed strained relations with many western countries due to its Syrian role as well as the conflict scenario with the eastern Ukraine.
 
References:
reuters.com







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