Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

G7 to launch rapid response unit against 'hostile' states

G7 to launch rapid response unit against 'hostile' states

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin have meet prior to the official opening of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit in Qingdao to sign a series of bilateral agreements, while overseeing a number of further agreements signed between representatives of both the private and public sectors from the neighbouring superpowers. "And that the Crimea-related sanctions against Russian Federation must remain in place until Russian Federation returns full control to the people of Ukraine".

Despite the conflict, Mallaby predicted that the countries would still seek to work with the USA, calling it "the indispensable country".

"We have a world to run", Trump helpfully went on to explain.

Mr Trump made the comment at the White House after hours of further escalating his rhetoric against long-time allies over United States trade practices.

"A lot of things deserve to be criticized" in Trump's actions, Putin said.

Donald Tusk, the former Polish leader attending as president of the European Council, saw the call for Russia's return as part of a raft of unilateral measures imposed by Trump that have driven Washington apart from U.S. allies.

Bruising for a fight, President Donald Trump barreled into the Group of Seven summit Friday, confronting longtime United States allies over a burgeoning trade dispute and insisting Russian Federation should be brought back into the fold. We will straighten that out.

"They didn't tell you that, did they? But now we are seeing that this is happening".

A few days ago, the Trump dispensation slapped stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum imports on five of its six G7 partners.

"So, if I can get the president to actually realize that what he's doing is counterproductive for his own goals as well, then perhaps we can move forward in a smarter way". In New York, the Dow dipped in early trade.

The quarrel sparked bi-lateral meetings in Canada.

Trudeau told reporters the U.S. national security justification for the tariffs on steel and aluminum was "laughable".

Putin expressed great thanks for Xi awarding China's first Friendship Medal to him, saying that it is not only the highest honor given to himself, but also reflects the high level of Russia-China comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination, as well as Chinese people's profound friendship towards Russian people.

Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Theresa May and new Italian premier Giuseppe Conte agreed on a common stance on Russian Federation during talks together on the sidelines of the G7 summit, which is taking place in Canada. Later the leaders were to tuck into a dinner of lobster, asparagus and maple leaves nestled on a brioche at the end of the first day of talks.

President Putin likewise praised the ever more intensified trading relations between the two countries and in particular spoke of the importance of this years ratification of a China-Eurasian Economic Union free trading agreement that will come into effect in 2019.

"Including that Vienna could be such a city" for the summit, said Peskov.

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