He also said he agreed with Trump on the need for a meeting between the leaders of Russian Federation and the United States.
Russia was ousted from the elite group in 2014 as punishment for President Vladimir Putin's annexation of Crimea and its support for pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine. "Please, we will be glad to see everyone here in Moscow", Putin told reporters.
The US leader, who plans to leave the meeting of major industrialised nations early, also lashed out at long-standing allies over their criticism of his trade policies. You know, whether you like it or not, and it may not be politically correct, but we have a world to run.
May made the remarks on Saturday on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Quebec, Canada, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump had suggested that Moscow be allowed back in the group.
The group managed a common statement in which they agreed to disagree on some issues, only to have Trump disavow the document in a tweet after leaving the meeting.
The last meeting between Trump and Putin was a brief exchange in Vietnam last November. I think it would be good the United States.
Both China and Russian Federation want to ensure that hostilities don't break out on their borders with North Korea, disrupting the region's economy, creating humanitarian disasters and possibly bringing US troops closer. But he downplayed the tension, saying, "When it all straightens out, we'll all be in love again".
But before the summit had even begun Mr Trump was engaged in an extraordinary public spat with Canada's Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron. She said the two leaders exchanged pleasantries and briefly discussed trade.
Following a formal welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing, Putin first with Premier Li Keqiang, telling him that Russia-China trade and economic ties have "gained a good tempo, and we are looking for new spheres of cooperation".
Mr Macron stressed: "No leader is eternal".
Three dramatic U.S. withdrawals-from the Paris climate accord, the Iran nuclear deal, and the commitment to free trade-executed by the Trump administration in the year since the previous G7 summit, in Sicily, have severely undermined the collective West's ability to lead in global affairs (RIA Novosti, June 9).
Nearly immediately after US President Donald J. Trump caused a major rift in the Euro-Atlantic alliance by castigating his closest allies in the UK, Canada, and Germany by refusing to endorse a communique that called for an global, rules-based trade regime, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte joined Trump in further infuriating the Western alliance by for Russia's return to the worldwide forum. "It will start first of all to hurt USA workers". Canada has proposed levies on a range of USA goods next month and the European Union has pledged its own retaliatory measures. "And I think we'll get to something very beneficial to Canada and to the United States".
In April, the White House confirmed the two leaders spoke in a phone call about meeting at the White House "in the 'not-too-distant-future'".
He pointed out that Trump himself "has many time said he believed such a meeting would be useful". "And the population is of course much bigger - half of the planet", Putin said. Ali was convicted in 1967 of avoiding military service. Noting Ali's conviction had been overturned, Tweel said "there is no conviction from which a pardon is needed".
Putin has no plans to meet with Kim and Russian Federation has no information on whether the North Korean leader will be in China at the time of the summit, Kremlin foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters.
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