Feedback

Russia’s MFA treats Zelensky’s speech about return to G7 as useless jumble of letters

Zakharova added that she will consult Zelensky brotherly from time to time
20:24, 22 August 2019

"ТАСС"

The statement of Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky on Russia’s return to G7 is the useless jumble of letters as Spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova reported on Facebook.

“Dear Mr. President of Ukraine, you got the useless jumble of letters…the state cannot “occupy its place again on diplomacy agenda”, Zakharova said.

Related: We never left it, - Putin on Russia's return to G8

She stated that the phrase “Russia is ready to take again its place on the agenda of the high diplomacy” is formulated illiterately because G7 constantly discuss Russia.

“Now about the signals. People wait for them from you. Not on the social networks but in reality. I will consult you brotherly from time to time until you set up the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine,” Zakharova said.

Related: "Compromises" with Russia can return it to G8, - US Secretary of State

Earlier Volodymyr Zelensky stated that until the Russian Federation returns Crimea and ceases hostilities in Donbas, there could be no talk of its return to the ranks of the G8 countries.

French President Emmanuel Macron offered U.S. President Donald Trump to invite Russia at G7 summit in 2020. Trump supported the idea of Russia’s return on the eve of the next G7 summit, which will take place on August 24-26 in Biarritz, France.

Related: Progress in Ukrainian issue should precede Russia’s return to G7, - French diplomat

Spokesperson of the Federal Government of Germany Steffen Seibert stated that Germany is against Russia’s comeback to the G7 Group.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also opposed the return of Russia to a number of G7 countries

The Russian Federation was excluded from the G8 after the annexation of Crimea in 2014.

Topics:
Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

Comments
see more