The G7 summit will be postponed to September. Russia may also take part


    Donald Trump announced that this year the G7 summit is tentatively postponed to September, as the event is planned to be held not in the form of an online conference, but in a traditional format. In addition, he also said that the current format of the summit was outdated. 

    In addition to the traditional participants - the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK, the President of the United States also proposed to invite four more countries: Russia, India, Australia and South Korea.    

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