Russia Accuses G7 Leaders of Transforming Summit Into Propaganda Show
Russia accused G7 leaders of turning their summit in Japan into a “propaganda show” by inviting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and stirring up “anti-Russian and anti-Chinese hysteria.”
The Russian foreign ministry criticized the G7 for bringing the leader of the Kyiv regime under their control to the meeting and using the Hiroshima event as a platform for propaganda.
According to a statement, the summit’s primary outcome consisted of a series of announcements filled with hateful messages targeting both Russia and China.
- President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Japan for talks with his international friends
- Germany prepares new weapons package for Ukraine
- President Zelensky arrives in Rome to meet with Pope Francis
The Russian ministry argued that the G7 has become an incubator where destructive initiatives that undermine global stability are developed, particularly under the leadership of the Anglo-Saxons.
The statement claimed that the declining influence of the West compels G7 members to concentrate their efforts on fueling anti-Russian and anti-Chinese hysteria.
The Russian Foreign Ministry firmly believed that the majority of the international community shares their assessment of the G7’s destructive actions.