Saudi prince will not attend G7 summit 02:48

Saudi Arabian Prime Minister and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud will not attend the G7 summit to be held in Italy. This was reported by SPA.

The publication states that Al Saud sent a telegram of gratitude to Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni for the invitation to attend the G7 summit.

The text of the telegram also included the Crown Prince’s regret that he could not attend the event due to obligations related to the supervision of the work of the Hajj season.

Before this, the leaders of the G7 countries to search China should stop supporting Russia in the Ukraine conflict.

12 June reportedG7 countries will address trade tensions with China in a statement they will make soon and say their trade policies are creating “global spillovers”.

On the same day, Beijing Ambassador Igor Morgulov statedThat the Russian Federation will continue to work together with China for the formation of a multipolar world order based on sovereign equality.

Previously reportedHe said Ukraine had not given up on its efforts to attract China to a summit in Switzerland.

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Source: Gazeta


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