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G7 foreign ministers support JCPOA

The joint communique following the meeting of the G7 foreign ministers says that the G7 group of nations supported the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). "We support the JCPOA as an important contribution to the …

Does G7 not dare to introduce sanctions on Russia?

The G7 group of nations has failed to reach agreement in Italy’s city of Lucca over new sanctions against Russia and Syria, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said. The topic of the anti-Russian sanctions was not …

Will Russia overtake Europe in 33 years?

The International consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) presented the report titled 'The Long View: How will the global economic order change by 2050?', where its experts said that Russia will become the leading European …

Russia has no plans to get back to G8

Russia has no intention of getting back to the G8 format, the Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. "This theme [of return to the G8 format] is not being discussed in Moscow in any way," TASS …

 G7 countries want to extend anti-Russian sanctions

The G7 leaders have stressed that sanctions against Russia will remain in place until full implementation of the Minsk peace agreement on Ukraine, pointing out, however, that maintaining constant dialogue with Russia is crucial to the peaceful …

Kiev asks G7 to pay for Russian gas

According to sources close to the negotiations between Ukraine and the countries of G7, a request for the G7 to pay for Russian gas was announced at one of the meetings. "There was a meeting of the G7. The Minister of Finance of …

Hiroshima to host G7 foreign minister talks

Hiroshima will host G7 foreign ministerial talks next year, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, Fumio Kishida, and Japan's Deputy Prime Minister, Taro Aso, said. "Hiroshima is a city befitting as a location to pronounce …

US approves extension of anti-Russian sanctions

Spokesman of the US State Department John Kirby said today that Washington approved the extension of anti-Russian sanctions until January 31, 2016, by the EU, Interfax reports. White House Spokeman Josh Earnest noted that the EU