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G7 don’t impose new anti-Russian sanctions

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G7 don’t impose new anti-Russian sanctions


11.04.2017

Flickr/Parti socialiste G7 foreign ministers did not make any decision regarding sanctions against Russia and Syria. French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault advised, as per RIA Novosti.

Western mass media sources inform that the subject of imposing new restrictions on Moscow was not touched upon at the G7 Lucca Summit, Italy.

At this, according to Ayrault, all meeting participants have decided that Assad cannot be a part of Syrian future. The conflict resolution in Syria should start with cease of fire, first of all.

It is worth reminding that the Head of British Diplomacy Boris Johnson called for new anti-Russian sanctions the day before. He proposed that after the chemical weapon attack in Idlib G7 should publish a common declaration ordering Russia to stop any support of the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and withdraw its troops from Syria.

Russian politicians noted earlier that extension of sanctions would not leave any chances for continuation of any dialogue with our country.

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