JUST IN: Elite Group Of World Leaders Send CLEAR Message To Russia- They Are NOT Messing Around

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Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations met Monday to try to forge a common response to the deadly sarin gas attack in Syria that left scores of innocents dead.  The attack led to President Trump authorizing U.S.’ air strikes on a Syrian air base.

Among the seven leaders included were U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,  British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida,  Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and others aim to strongly encourage Russia to end any and all support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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The United States received wide support for their actions from Europe after the airstrikes occurred. Host of the meeting, Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano said the missile strike contributed to a “renewed harmony” between the U.S. and its partners.

Alfano states –

We need to remember that not 10 years ago, but 100 or 120 days ago, the concern in Europe was that the United States and the EU were moving apart. I welcome this renewed harmony.”

With renewed and improved ties between Europe and the U.S., there has been no indication that Russian President Vladimir Putin has an intention of wavering from his position on the Assad regime in Syria.

With ties between the U.S. and Europe seemingly getting better, there has been no indication President Vladimir Putin was going to move from his position on the Assad regime in Syria. Russia has instead doubled down and joined up with Iran, issuing a joint statement on Sunday that they intend to “respond to any aggression” in wake of the airstrikes in Syria.

The official statement read –

What America waged in an aggression on Syria is a crossing of red lines. From now on we will respond with force to any aggressor or any breach of red lines from whoever it is and America knows our ability to respond well.”

Meanwhile, other industrialized nations continue to praise U.S. decisive actions –

Kishida said –

 “Japan supports the U.S. commitment in trying to take responsibility to prevent the spread and use of chemical weapons and we confirmed Japan and the U.S. will continue to work together.”

Tillerson also spoke by phone with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. Cavusoglu was insistent that Assad should play no role in Syria’s future.

The G-7 meeting comes as the United States is sending a Navy carrier strike group toward Korea in a show of strength following North Korea’s persistent ballistic missile tests.


Tillerson is expected to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov after the G7 meeting to determine the potential outcome of this demand from this group of foreign ministers.

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