Prime Minister of Canada said that Russia will remain "outside" of the G7

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, speaking about the idea of U.S. President Donald trump to invite Russia for the forthcoming summit "the Big seven" stated that Russia will remain "outside" of the group.

The press service of the Kremlin informed on Monday announced that trump during a telephone conversation informed the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin about his idea of holding in September of the G7 summit with the possible invitation of the leaders of Russia, India, Australia and the Republic of Korea. Previously the Director of White house strategic communications, Alyssa Farah, said that the summit expanded group of countries will discuss "the future of China."

"Russia was excluded from the G7... and continued with her disrespect and violation of international rules and norms - the reason it remains and will remain outside the G7," said Trudeau at a press conference that the Twitter broadcast by the canadian television channel CBC News.

The format of "Big eight" has existed since 1998. In 2014, he was reduced to the G7 when the background of events in Crimea, the members of the club decided not to go to the next summit in Sochi and gathered without Russia in Brussels. Western countries have accused Russia of meddling in the Affairs of Ukraine and have imposed sanctions. Moscow retaliated, repeatedly rejected all accusations and claimed to talk to her in the language of sanctions is counterproductive. Recently in the West often hear opinions about the necessity of cancellation of sanctions against Russia.