Putin Says Russia Has Not Left the G-7 - Not True

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"Please, we will be glad to see everyone here in Moscow", Putin told reporters in China where he attended an economic summit and met with President Xi Jinping. And Senator Edward Markey, a Democrat from MA and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Trump's proposal comes at a time he's clashing with Canada and other USA allies over trade. "We have the recent example of United States unilateralism and its defiance of the worldwide community when the U.S. pulled out from the JCPOA", he said.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shut down Trump's push to readmit Russian Federation when he told the president it is "not something that we are even remotely looking at at this time".

"China is willing to work with Russian Federation and other countries to preserve the JCPOA", Xi said. Back in the day, our colleagues refused to come to Russian Federation for well-known reasons.

Thanks to President Putin, bilateral ties have withstood the test of ever-changing global situation, Xi said, noting the deepened political and strategic mutual trust, great progress in pragmatic cooperation in various fields, and the enhanced friendship between the two peoples. In general, I believe it is a technical issue.

Touching on the close stance of Iran and Pakistan regarding the issues of the region and Islamic World, he said, "at regional and global meetings, including the recent summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Iran and Pakistan have had close stances in condemning the relocation of U.S. embassy to the Holy Quds as well as the demonstrations in the two countries in support of Palestine on Quds Day".

Just yesterday Trump said Russian Federation should be attending a Group of Seven summit in Canada, a controversial idea that even Moscow seemed to reject.

The G7 leaders
Image The G7 leaders have gathered in Quebec

"This reiteration [of cooperation] is very important", Putin said regarding the results of his visit to China. "It's time to stop that chatter and deal with real issues". The bloc includes China, Russia, four ex-Soviet Central Asian nations, India and Pakistan.

Putin said that Washington's decision to exit the agreement could "destabilise the situation" in the region. I think it would be good the United States.

Trump pulled out of the 2015 Obama-era accord last month, despite objections from European allies and other nations.

During the meeting, President Mamnoon expressed the hope that all parties of the Iran nuclear deal would continue to implement the agreement and uphold their commitments.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that he'd be happy to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump whenever Washington is ready for such a summit.

After the US withdrawal, Iran wants assurances from the remaining parties that its interests are guaranteed or it will resume nuclear activities with a higher speed.

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