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25 April 201813:40

Lavrov on the G7 special group for studying the Russian Federation: There are no more serious questions left

Lavrov on the G7 special group for studying the Russian Federation: There are no more serious questions left
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Politician ridiculed the desire of the G7 to examine the behavior of Russia
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reacted with a sarcasm to the new plan of the G7 countries. In particular, the G7 intends to create a specialized group "to study the behavior of Russia."

"Apparently, there are no serious questions that they can solve in their circle," Lavrov said.

Earlier, Britain's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said that the G7 countries intend to create a special group "to study Russia's behavior." It is allegedly about the "pernicious" influence of official Moscow.

In particular, the British side stated the need to monitor cyberspace, track misinformation and monitor possible attacks.

In the meantime, the head of the Great Britain's Defense Ministry, Gavin Williamson, said that London will strengthen deterrence methods for the Russian Federation, especially through the forces of the North Atlantic alliance. He added that almost 200 military personnel will take part in the disinfection program in the city of Salisbury, where they poisoned the Skripals.

It is worth noting that the leaders of Germany and France have scheduled a meeting on 27 April. The main topic of the agenda is Russia's behavior.
Elena Winter Translated by Elena Winter

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