Part of the sky – President Donald Trump said on Saturday that despite the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, he planned to hold a meeting at the White House next month until the fall of the Group of Nations meeting. And he said he plans to invite Russia, Australia, South Korea and India again because he is in favor of expanding the group.
On his way back to Washington from Florida, Trump told Air Force One that he thinks the group’s current makeup does not present “too old” and accurately “what’s going on in the world.”
He said he had not yet set a new date for the meeting, but thought it could take place during the UN’s annual meeting in New York or around September after the US election in November.
White House Director of Strategic Communications Alyssa Farah said Trump wanted to bring in some of the country’s traditional allies and people affected by the coronavirus to discuss China’s future.
The surprise announcement came after a visit to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office on Saturday Take part in the meeting By then, the coronavirus had changed.
The leaders of the world’s major economies were scheduled to hold a retreat meeting in June at Camp David, Maryland, in the United States, but the coronavirus outbreak thwarted those plans. Trump announced in March that he was canceling the summit because of the epidemic, and that leaders would instead agree to a video conference. But Trump then said a week ago that he was planning to hold a private meeting again.
Trump tweeted, “Now that our country is ‘going back to greatness’, I’m thinking of rescheduling the G7 on the same or the same date at the legendary Camp David in Washington, DC,” Trump tweeted. Everyone will have a great sign – generalization! “
The G7 members are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. The president of the group travels among the annual member countries.
Trump has repeatedly spoken out against the group’s inclusion in Russia, raising objections from some members, including Canada’s Justin Trudeau, who told reporters he had personally objected to Russian remittances.
“Russia has not yet changed its behavior leading to its expulsion in 2014 and therefore should not be allowed to return to the G,” he told a news conference.
The House also passed a bipartisan resolution in December 2012 endorsing Russia’s former deportation from the annual assembly.
Russia has been invited to join the world’s most advanced economy since 1997, but was suspended in 2014 due to the invasion of Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea.