US and coalition bomb Syrian Raqqa, like Dresden was bombed in 1945 - Defense MinistryMilitary & Defense October 22, 9:56
NATO rejects media claims alliance unable of quick deploymentWorld October 21, 13:01
Russian senior diplomat: Moscow has 'no doubts' that Iran fulfilling JCPOA dealRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 21, 11:04
Monuments to Soviet troops in PolandWorld October 21, 10:57
Putin and Erdogan give positive assessment to joint efforts in Astana processWorld October 21, 3:03
Privileges to certain languages in Ukraine’s education law to worsen situation — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 21:46
International balance of forces in Syria after Raqqa’s liberation unclear yet — expertMilitary & Defense October 20, 21:05
Russia to resume import of aubergines, pomegranates from Turkey since October 30Business & Economy October 20, 20:18
International station to orbit Moon at 70,000 km distance from EarthScience & Space October 20, 20:09
ROME, May 28. /TASS/. The decisions of the G7 summit that ended in Taormina, Sicily, on Saturday, will later be reviewed to respond to the changing situation, said Tiberio Graziani, President of the Institute of Geopolitics and Applied Sciences in Italy.
"I would call this summit a transitional one. The group of seven has lost its weight and all the decisions made in Taormina will be reviewed with regard to new conditions. The EU will have to change its policies in line with the effects of populism in the run-up to a number of important elections," he said.
According to the expert, the Group of Seven is already undergoing changes with France’s new president Emmanuel Macron and UK Prime Minister Theresa May, "who de facto does not represent the united Europe anymore."
"As far as Trump is concerned, he still failed to clarify his stance. And the Group itself demonstrated lack of unity," Graziani said.
He said that in the past two days, the issue of relations with Russia was addressed on many occasions.
"How can you discuss the problem of terrorism, that comes mainly from the Islamic State (terrorist group, outlawed in Russia), without Russia, a major anti-IS actor. It is also a great mistake to speak of a possibility of new sanctions," he said.
The leaders of the G7 group of industrialized nations declared in their final communiqu· that they were ready to take "additional measures" against Russia depending on the situation in Ukraine. They also linked restrictive measures with the implementation of the Minsk reconciliation accords.