South Korea accepts Trump invitation to G7 Summit

By | June 1, 2020
South Korea accepts Trump invitation to G7 Summit

President of the Republic of Korea Moon Jae-ying in a telephone conversation with US leader Donald Trump announced his readiness to accept an invitation to the G7 summit, Yonhap reported on Monday.
The agency does not specify when exactly the conversation took place, TASS writes.
Recall, Trump postponed the G7 summit from late June to September, while he plans to invite Russia, South Korea, Australia, and India to it.
Meanwhile, the British authorities opposed Russia returning to the G7 format. The British side “has not yet seen evidence of the changed behavior” of Russia, which could “justify its return”.
Back in August last year, Trump advocated the return of Russia to the G8. The Kremlin, in turn, said that there was no official invitation.

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