The European Union has joined a growing chorus of members of the Group of Seven major economic powers to insist that Russia must not be allowed back into the fold, after US President Donald Trump said that he plans to invite the country to a G7 summit next autumn.
US President Donald Trump has said he will postpone a meeting of the G7 nations until the autumn.
Donald Trump’s national security adviser says he thinks leaders of the world’s major economies “would love to get out of their offices and meet in person and plan the post-Covid world” at a summit the US president is considering hosting in the United States in June.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged US President Donald Trump to “be more responsible” in his public messaging over coronavirus.
Boris Johnson would “follow” the travel advice in place at the time if US President Donald Trump decides to arrange an in-person G7 gathering next month, Downing Street has said.
President Donald Trump has said he is considering holding a meeting of G7 leaders in the US after all, because it would be a “great sign to all” of things returning to normal during the coronavirus pandemic.