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Trump Postpones G7 Meeting             05/31 09:57

   

   ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) -- President Donald Trump said Saturday that he 
will postpone until the fall a meeting of Group of 7 nations he had planned to 
hold next month at the White House despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 
And he said he plans to invite Russia, Australia, South Korea and India as he 
again advocated for the group's expansion.

   Trump told reporters on Air Force One as he returned to Washington from 
Florida that he feels the current makeup of the group is "very outdated" and 
doesn't properly represent "what's going on in the world."

   He said he had not yet set a new date for the meeting, but thought the 
gathering could take place in September, around the time of the annual meeting 
of the United Nations in New York, or perhaps after the U.S. election in 
November.

   Alyssa Farah, White House director of strategic communications, said that 
Trump wanted to bring in some of the country's traditional allies and those 
impacted by the coronavirus to discuss the future of China.

   The surprise announcement came after German Chancellor Angela Merkel's 
office said Saturday that she would not attend the meeting unless the course of 
the coronavirus spread had changed by then.

   The leaders of the world's major economies were slated to meet in June in 
the U.S. at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland, but the 
coronavirus outbreak hobbled those plans. Trump announced in March he was 
canceling the summit because of the pandemic and that the leaders would confer 
by video conference instead. But Trump then switched course, saying a week ago 
that he was again planning to host an in-person meeting.

   "Now that our Country is ?Transitioning back to Greatness', I am considering 
rescheduling the G-7, on the same or similar date, in Washington, D.C., at the 
legendary Camp David," Trump tweeted. "The other members are also beginning 
their COMEBACK. It would be a great sign to all - normalization!"

   The G7 members are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom 
and the United States. The group's presidency rotates annually among member 
countries.

   Trump has repeatedly advocated for expanding the group to include Russia, 
prompting opposition from some members, including Canada's Justin Trudeau, who 
told reporters he had privately aired his objection to Russian readmittance.

   "Russia has yet to change the behavior that led to its expulsion in 2014, 
and therefore should not be allowed back into the G7," he said at a news 
conference.

   The House also passed a bipartisan resolution in December 2019 that supports 
Russia's previous expulsion from the annual gathering.

   Russia had been invited to attend the gathering of the world's most advanced 
economies since 1997, but was suspended in 2014 following its invasion of 
Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.

 
 
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