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    Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, spoke out on Saturday about the decisions made at the G7 summit in Hiroshima. He claimed that the announcements made by G7 leaders to help end the conflict in Ukraine were aimed at containing both Russia and China. Lavrov made these remarks during a televised meeting.

    The G7 summit took place over the weekend and was attended by leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The group discussed a range of issues, including climate change and global security.

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    Lavrov’s comments suggest that Russia feels threatened by the actions of the G7 nations. The conflict in Ukraine has been a source of tension between Russia and the West for several years. The G7 leaders have expressed their support for Ukraine and called on Russia to respect its sovereignty.

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    It remains to be seen how Russia will respond to the decisions made at the G7 summit. The country has been subject to economic sanctions from the West in recent years, and tensions between Russia and the US have been high. The G7 leaders have made it clear that they are prepared to take action to address global issues, including those related to Russia and China.

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