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Presidents Of Russia And The United States Discussed The Plan To Hold The G7 Conference

Last week, US President Donald Trump said he hoped to have Russia and three other countries to attend this annual meeting.

On June 1, US President Donald Trump spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin about plans for the Summit of the group of seven industrialized countries (G7) after the White House boss over the weekend said that He hoped that more Russia and 3 other countries would attend this annual meeting.

The White House said the two leaders of the United States and Russia have "discussed the G7 meeting process."

Meanwhile, in its own statement, the Kremlin said President Trump told Putin about the idea of ​​inviting Russia, Australia, India and South Korea to attend the G7 summit in the US.

In addition, the two leaders also discussed efforts to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic and reopen the economy.

White House press secretary Judd Deere emphasized: 

"President Trump said that the US administration is trying to work to support Americans at home and provide support to other countries in need, including donating 200 ventilators to the Russian people."
The Kremlin added that the two leaders also discussed the OPEC + agreement regarding oil production cuts.

Earlier, President Trump announced that he would postpone the G7 meeting, scheduled for June 10-12, until September or later, and plans to invite four other countries to attend.

All 4 countries that Mr. Trump wants to invite are in the Group of 20 leading developed economies in the world (G20).

Earlier, the White House also said that President Trump had telephoned with South Korean President Moon Jae-in about a plan to hold the G7 conference.

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