Statement of G7 leaders on opportunities to strengthen sanctions against Moscow suggests that the “group of seven” has no plans to actually fight with international terrorism, since Russia will not be able in such circumstances to be a partner for the West. This opinion, according to TASS, was expressed by the first Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the Federation Council security and defence Franz Klintsevich.
“G7 leaders, stating readiness to strengthen sanctions against Russia, in fact, sign a statement that they are not going to really confront international terrorism. Without Russia, it is absolutely disastrous project,” said the Senator.
According to him, “sanctions” can be a partner to the West. “We, for that matter, it is able to ensure the security of Russia’s own forces,” — said Klintsevich.
Saturday, may 27, at the Italian Taormina ended the summit “the Big seven”. In the outcome document adopted by the leaders of the G7, said that sanctions against Moscow over Ukraine could be strengthened, if necessary. G7 leaders linked the possibility of lifting sanctions with the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
This paragraph of the final Declaration of the previously criticized in the state Duma. The Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Alexei chepa called the statement about possible strengthening of sanctions is counterproductive.
The G7 summit was attended by leaders of the United States, France, Britain, Canada, Germany, Italy and Japan. Russia was expelled from the organization in 2014 after the annexation of Crimea and the beginning of the armed conflict in Ukraine. The West does not recognize the results of the referendum in the Crimea and considers the Peninsula annexed territory. Also Moscow is accused in the armed assistance of the militia of Donbass, who oppose the Kiev authorities.