OTTAWA — During his only supper on Canadian soil, Donald Trump told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and their fellow G7 leaders that their table was incomplete. Come 2020, the American president promised to fix that by inviting Russia’s Vladimir Putin to his G7 dinner.
It was June 2018, four years since Russia had been expelled from what was then the G8 after the Kremlin’s invasion and annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in February 2014.
The Russian occupation of Crimea remains the worst breach of Europe’s borders since the Second World War, but on the eve of the Canadian-hosted G7 in Quebec’s …read more
Source:: National Newswatch