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Any chance Russia will join G7 again? Germany says 'no,' but admits Moscow's help needed to put out flaming hotspots

WorldNews Monday, 27 July 2020
Any chance Russia will join G7 again? Germany says 'no,' but admits Moscow's help needed to put out flaming hotspotsThere's "no chance" of Moscow returning to the elitist Group of Seven unless the Ukrainian conflict is solved, Berlin has said. But untying this and other knots is unimaginable without Russia's helping hand, it admitted. The alliance of the world's top-tier powers made Moscow leave in the wake of the 2014 Ukrainian crisis. It...
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