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German politician: Vladimir Putin is "extremely necessary to invite" to the G7 summit

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The former head of the German “The Left”, Oscar Lafontaine, spoke on the Anne Will talk show on the ARD television channel that global issues related to safety, economics or environmental protection should be discussed with Russia.

German politician: Vladimir Putin is "extremely necessary to invite" to the G7 summit


“The list of participants is controversial. I would say that it is imperative to invite Putin (to the G7 summit), ”RIA "News".

A similar point of view is held by the former Minister of Education Klaus von Donany from the Social Democratic Party of Germany and the former Prime Minister of Bavaria, a member of the Christian Social Union, Edmund Stoiber.

Meanwhile, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov, 4 of June, said during a press conference that the Russian Federation is not asking for a G-8.

“There are no such visits (on the return of the Russian Federation to the G8). Frankly, we are not asking for it. First of all, for the reason that it was not Russia that left the G8, but that the G8 colleagues left the Russian presidency last year. It is their own sovereign decision, we do not encroach on someone else’s sovereignty, it would probably be possible to influence it by designating our interest, but I’m not sure that we have this interest, ”he said. TASS.

It is also worth noting that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said earlier that Canada “will strongly object” to Russia's accession to the “Big Seven”.

“I do not think that Russia under Vladimir Putin belongs to G7. Point. Canada will be very, very much opposed to Putin sitting at this table again. Consensus is required for the return of Russia, but this consensus simply will not happen, ”he said.
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  1. saniajan
    saniajan 5 June 2015 07: 40
    +6
    The fact that at the summit they want to strengthen anti-Russian sanctions is what we have already passed, it is much more dangerous to create a euro - American trade union. In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.
    1. Момент
      Момент 5 June 2015 07: 45
      +23
      It's just like we don't play in kindergarten. There is nothing to do on the G7, the smart ones cannot be convinced, and it’s a waste of time.
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 5 June 2015 07: 49
        +6
        It is also worth noting that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said earlier that Canada “will strongly object” to Russia's accession to the “Big Seven”.

        Is it "nada" for us? Canada?
        1. Tony bullet
          Tony bullet 5 June 2015 08: 35
          +8
          And in general, why is there Canada in this circle? (Who is this? US confused?) And there are no countries like India and China that decide a lot in the political sphere in their region. So you need to put the bolt on their "G7" and switch to BRICS as a carpenter.
          1. Lukich
            Lukich 5 June 2015 09: 01
            +5
            Quote: Tony Bullet
            So you need to put the bolt on their "G7" and switch to BRICS as a carpenter.

            what GDP is doing successfully
          2. BorisMA
            BorisMA 5 June 2015 09: 05
            +1
            I support the question, please explain Canada from which side there?
          3. Corsair
            Corsair 5 June 2015 09: 27
            0
            Quote: Tony Bullet
            And in general, why is Canada in this circle?

            laughing it’s strange that they still didn’t include Mexico there, such as the nearest neighbors of the Exceptional
        2. Lukich
          Lukich 5 June 2015 09: 05
          +4
          Quote: СРЦ П-15
          Is it "nada" for us? Canada?

          and one more mongrel from behind a puddle like Australia imagining itself as a "great" power
        3. just exp
          just exp 5 June 2015 11: 40
          0
          look what will happen to Canada if it is against the United States.
          http://kivvi.kz/watch/f3dwo67q24r6/
          well, or alternatively, enter in Google "South Park Canada is on strike"
      2. _Buryat_
        _Buryat_ 5 June 2015 07: 59
        +5
        Former the head of the German "Left" Oscar Lafontaine said ......


        A similar point of view former Minister of Education Klaus von Donagni of the Social Democratic Party of Germany and ex prime Bavaria, member of the Christian Social Union Edmund Stoiber ......


        It turns out that with their head they only the former are friends!
        1. veksha50
          veksha50 5 June 2015 10: 15
          +2
          Quote: _Buryat_
          It turns out that only the former are friends with their heads!


          It's just that it’s hard to keep those who are behind the Faberge, but those acting on the feeder-chair hold on ... And they grunt as the owner tells them ...
      3. Imigrantt
        Imigrantt 5 June 2015 08: 45
        +2
        It's just like we don't play in kindergarten. There is nothing to do on the G7, the smart ones cannot be convinced, and it’s a waste of time.
        This is a correction class for UO kids !!!! But correction is needed for those who give in to this process, and for this seven it’s really a waste of time !!!!! fool
      4. miscellanea
        miscellanea 5 June 2015 08: 51
        +1
        Quote: Moment
        It's just like we don't play in kindergarten. There is nothing to do on the G7, the smart ones cannot be convinced, and it’s a waste of time.

        And money
      5. Alexey Boukin
        Alexey Boukin 5 June 2015 11: 43
        0
        To be present as a whipping boy is hardly appropriate. Let them come to us to resolve business issues. "Uncle Joe" did not go anywhere, adhered to the principle of "all flags to us" and, at the same time, had great authority and influence in the world.
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 5 June 2015 07: 57
      +4
      Quote: sanyadzhan
      In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.

      What, what kind of ties?
    3. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 5 June 2015 08: 41
      +4
      The question is not what they will call or not. Will the GDP go to this party?
      1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov
        Vladimir Pozlnyakov 5 June 2015 08: 49
        +3
        Quote: oleg-gr
        The question is not what they will call or not. Will the GDP go to this party?

        And do not hell there, even if they beg! Stop playing kindergarten!
      2. Corcap
        Corcap 5 June 2015 09: 45
        0
        Quote: oleg-gr
        The question is not what they will call or not. Will the GDP go to this party?


        If, I emphasize IF, the proposal to come comes, you need to go. But accept the invitation so that the summit will be held on the condition that the issues raised by Russia will be dominant.
        Then it will be clear what "Putin and his team" is worth ...
    4. Corsair
      Corsair 5 June 2015 09: 24
      0
      Quote: sanyadzhan
      The fact that at the summit they want to strengthen anti-Russian sanctions is what we have already passed, it is much more dangerous to create a euro - American trade union. In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.

      How is it dangerous? they already have many times more trade than with Russia.
      Unless the Americans want the entire EU market existing, including gas, they want to pick up for themselves, at the same time lowering the EU economy to the point.
      And in Zhi7 they need Russia in order to crush no one else, rub there like lice with each other and run like scorpions in a bank, and there is no one to bite No.
    5. veksha50
      veksha50 5 June 2015 10: 12
      0
      Quote: sanyadzhan
      In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.


      Hardly ... Notice who is protesting against the return of Russia to this eight - the USA and Canada ... Where are the rest of the protests ??? And the rest have long understood that a break in relations with Russia strikes primarily IM, and not the states and Canadians Faberge ...

      It is well said that "Russia is not asking for it" ...

      If a Canadian politician says that it is impossible to be in Russia in the G8 without changing its course, this can be confirmed in another way: yes, it is not possible until the G8 participants change their course towards Russia ...
  2. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 5 June 2015 07: 41
    +3
    Do not let Obamutynogo and consensus will happen!
    1. Yura
      Yura 5 June 2015 07: 53
      +4
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      Do not let Obamutynogo and consensus will happen!

      This "will not be enough" let them first wait until Russia accepts this seven back into the eight. smile
  3. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 5 June 2015 07: 42
    +10
    If not Putin, invite Zhirik that it will not be boring 100%. And when you finish this tub of shit, invite Putin)))
    1. Simon
      Simon 5 June 2015 08: 25
      +2
      If not Putin, invite Zhirik that it will not be boring 100%. And when you finish this shit tub, invite Putin))) Oh ... oh! The summit will quickly run away, Zhirik does not teach them to love Russia. Canada will be the first across the ocean. laughing
  4. not Russian
    not Russian 5 June 2015 07: 42
    +15
    Let them get together and go to see Putin. And he decides to accept them or not Because he has more important things to do than communicate with these sixes.
  5. Mussasi
    Mussasi 5 June 2015 07: 44
    +9
    What is the point in the G8 when there is a G20. Ours need to officially declare a meaningless presence in 8-ke!
  6. Lyton
    Lyton 5 June 2015 07: 45
    +3
    Here's the trouble, they didn’t invite him to the club, he lost a lot of GDP, now you can’t chat about anything with partners.
  7. with
    with 5 June 2015 07: 46
    +6
    Invite Poroshenko. He's in trend. But seriously, decent Russia has no place in this club of "economic killers"!
    1. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin 5 June 2015 07: 51
      +2
      Quote: met
      Invite Poroshenko. He's in trend. But seriously, decent Russia has no place in this club of "economic killers"!

      It turns out a gangster cock, well, Vova does not belong there.
  8. Loner_53
    Loner_53 5 June 2015 07: 48
    +4
    German politician: it is “imperative to invite Vladimir Putin” to the summit

    Yeah, that would pour out your bile. I think the new GDP there will not hear anything.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 5 June 2015 07: 58
      +1
      Quote: Loner_53

      Yeah, that would pour out your bile. I think the new GDP there will not hear anything.

      Enough to quote in faded color, reading is not convenient. You can quote like everyone else, but you need to stand out from the crowd, or what?
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  9. Stinger
    Stinger 5 June 2015 07: 49
    +6
    Yes, they are afraid of him. Putin cuts the truth - the womb about all the deeds of the sixes and their American boss. Who likes this? It’s better and safer to bark at Putin because of the fence.
  10. Alexdark
    Alexdark 5 June 2015 07: 51
    +2
    Invite, invite. Let the circus freaks enjoy. Humor never hurts.
  11. Landwarrior
    Landwarrior 5 June 2015 07: 54
    +4
    Any international organization makes sense when dialogue can be conducted. As soon as the dialogue turns into a monologue of one of the parties, that’s all, the organization is no longer needed. hi
    This is me for something, if you invite the GDP to read the notation, let them get tired. "I've heard all this many times already" as the raja said in an old cartoon hi
  12. Novosib
    Novosib 5 June 2015 07: 54
    +4
    G7 if I understand correctly it was the club of the most powerful economies in the world, today this is no longer the case, therefore, the GDP should go not there, but create a new "G7" and solve important issues of the world economy with real guys, and let the "exceptional" ones with their sixes smoking nervously on the sidelines
    1. seregina68
      seregina68 5 June 2015 07: 59
      +4
      And you do not need to create anything. Everything is already BRICS.
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    1. gunter_laux
      gunter_laux 5 June 2015 08: 02
      +3
      Here Leopold spoke correctly. The opinion of Canada ... But who needs the opinion of the dominion of petite shaven. Numerous hohlodiaspora is very concerned.
  14. Oladushkin
    Oladushkin 5 June 2015 07: 56
    +1
    He himself is a consensus and his ears are cold!
    Lord, let them go with their sevens in three letters!
    BRICS is growing now, there is enough business in BRICS right now!
  15. elka01
    elka01 5 June 2015 07: 57
    +6
    Excuse me, what is the seven? The grandmother and his sixes are more correct. There is no time to bazaar GDP with them, he is busy!
    1. Simon
      Simon 5 June 2015 08: 29
      +1
      Here you have the seven! laughing
  16. Name
    Name 5 June 2015 08: 10
    +1
    Welcome all! "... Canada" will very strongly object "to Russia's joining the GXNUMX." Tu-yu, non-verbal communication however, as they have recourse .., ah, bye laughing :
  17. 1536
    1536 5 June 2015 08: 10
    +3
    Quote: Loner_53
    German politician: it is “imperative to invite Vladimir Putin” to the summit

    Yeah, that would pour out your bile. I think the new GDP there will not hear anything.


    Merkel has already expressed everything she wanted. Canadian boor let his country's anthem listen, etc. At this gathering, when all of humanity is sleeping and sees how to cover it, to be present - do not respect yourself.
  18. ayuric
    ayuric 5 June 2015 08: 14
    +1
    "Canada will object very strongly" - what's this? maple leaves are furious with powerlessness. (again the mongrel is tyafka)
  19. NC1982
    NC1982 5 June 2015 08: 17
    +2
    G7 is America plus six? Then all the more we have nothing to do there)
  20. ssn18
    ssn18 5 June 2015 08: 17
    +1
    And why talk to the sixes. We need to speak with aces. And so pouring from empty to empty is something from the kin of child masturbation.
  21. mitya24
    mitya24 5 June 2015 08: 29
    +2
    The big "G" is the big "G" .... There is a lot of it, it is brown and smells bad
  22. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 5 June 2015 08: 30
    +2
    They consult with the Russian Federation whether it is included or not in the big G. Which, in fact, is nothing more than a platform created for the convenience of negotiations (the key word is convenience).
    Interestingly, the representative of the country that is actually trying to do something is in favor of the return of the Russian Federation. Moreover, the comment of the head of Canada, a country that does not have an independent policy, is not surprising, they are not doing anything, they do not care.
  23. PValery53
    PValery53 5 June 2015 08: 41
    +3
    The Seven will come to Putin to "ask for forgiveness", they are sitting in the waiting room, waiting. But He does not accept (3 hours!), He has negotiations with Honduras!
    1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov
      Vladimir Pozlnyakov 5 June 2015 08: 57
      +2
      Quote: PValery53
      The Seven will come to Putin to "ask for forgiveness", they are sitting in the waiting room, waiting. But He does not accept (3 hours!), He has negotiations with Honduras!

      It was already like that and the order was. Mao Jie Dong waited a week at the hotel for the invitation of Joseph Vissarionovich! For rudeness of Canada to send the ambassador home! To hell with us an extra slobbery mouth, voicing baboon nonsense! Enough of the US ambassador!
  24. berenika
    berenika 5 June 2015 08: 58
    +2
    It's funny! Russia has already said a hundred times that it doesn't need it. And they yell at different voices that they will interfere. And then they get offended that Putin "considers everyone stupid." He politely considers this.
  25. biron
    biron 5 June 2015 09: 04
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: sanyadzhan
    In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.

    What, what kind of ties?

    and what does it change?
  26. Mercenary
    Mercenary 5 June 2015 09: 16
    +1
    The question is, will the Russian president want to go there after the Sabbath in Australia?
    Do not spit in the well to get drunk yourself !. And this is only the beginning, you will soon ask and you yourself will go to Moscow for an appointment, having waited a couple of hours at the reception.
  27. semuil
    semuil 5 June 2015 10: 04
    0
    There is nothing to do on this Russophobic brawl.
  28. v1tz
    v1tz 5 June 2015 10: 53
    +1
    Well, right, nothing to do there, Vladimir Vladimirovich is too bright a figure against the background of those ghouls. And Canada is just a bunch of unfinished accomplices of fascists, traitors, etc. therefore such a farting
  29. S-17
    S-17 5 June 2015 13: 08
    +1
    G7 is a club of dying losers. Why do we need him ...
  30. Thompson
    Thompson 5 June 2015 13: 15
    0
    Quote: sanyadzhan
    The fact that at the summit they want to strengthen anti-Russian sanctions is what we have already passed, it is much more dangerous to create a euro - American trade union. In this case, we may lose economic ties with Europe.

    This is not fatal in the first place, and secondly, it is not beneficial for the EU itself, therefore, they are in thought - once in spite and having obeyed, they chopped not wood, but chips. The second time I do not want
  31. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 6 June 2015 00: 32
    0
    that Canada "will very strongly object" to the accession of the Russian Federation to the "big seven".

    Canada with its prime minister has long lost its scent. Measures are needed to bring her to a normal battle.