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EU balks at adding Russia back into G7

Reuters Tuesday, 2 June 2020
The European Union views the Group of Seven format as a vital multilateral framework that cannot be changed on a permanent basis by the chair of the group, currently the United States, an EU spokesman said on Tuesday.
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