Ukraine tops agenda at G7 in Brussels

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Ukraine topped the agenda of the G7 summit last night, as leaders of the world’s most powerful countries – minus Russia – gathered in Brussels. The summit, the first to be held in the EU capital, had been scheduled to take place in the Russian city of Sochi but was rescheduled in April to exclude Russia in the wake of Moscow’s incursion into Ukraine. As US president Barack Obama arrived in Brussels yesterday evening for a working dinner with Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe and the leaders of France,…

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