The G7 called Russia’s actions in Syria and Ukraine unacceptable
MOSCOW, 25 APR — RIA Novosti. The G7 is concerned about the “destabilizing” Russia’s actions in Syria, Ukraine and in neighbouring States, said in a joint statement of the foreign Ministers and Ministers of security of the countries “Big seven”.
“G7 foreign Ministers discussed a common concern on peace and security, including Syria, Ukraine and North Korea. Touching on common challenges to the international order, the Ministers raised the issue of Russian destabilizing behavior, including unacceptable Russia’s actions in Syria, Ukraine and other neighbouring States.
The “big seven” also accused Russia of meddling in the democratic processes and campaigns of misinformation.
Earlier, the G7 accused Russia of destabilizing the situation in the world, and has also threatened to toughen anti-Russian sanctions due to the Donbass.
Russia acts in the middle East state at the official request of the President of Syria Bashar al-Assad. The Western coalition, in turn, began operation on Syrian territory without permission from Damascus and the UN resolution.
The Russian authorities have repeatedly stated that Russia is not a party to domestic conflict and was not involved in the events in Donbass. In addition, Moscow has repeatedly rejected accusations of meddling in the internal Affairs of other States.