Εμφάνιση αναρτήσεων με ετικέτα G7. Εμφάνιση όλων των αναρτήσεων
Εμφάνιση αναρτήσεων με ετικέτα G7. Εμφάνιση όλων των αναρτήσεων

Σάββατο, Ιουνίου 09, 2018

Πρόωρη αποχώρηση Τραμπ από την G7 με αιχμές για το εμπόριο

Πρόωρη αποχώρηση Τραμπ από την G7 με αιχμές για το εμπόριο
Το εμπόριο βρέθηκε στην κορυφή της ατζέντας των συνομιλιών κατά τη διάσκεψη της ομάδας των χωρών G7, στον Καναδά, σύμφωνα με όσα δήλωσε ο αμερικανός πρόεδρος, Ντόναλντ Τραμπ, ο οποίος ανέφερε ότι η σύνοδος ήταν «πολύ επιτυχής».

Πέμπτη, Μαΐου 18, 2017

Όχι πλοία με μετανάστες στη Σικελία λόγω G7

Με απόφαση της ιταλικής κυβέρνησης, από την ερχόμενη Δευτέρα θα απαγορεύεται η είσοδος στα λιμάνια της Σικελίας των πλοίων που μεταφέρουν μετανάστες, στο πλαίσιο των προληπτικών μέτρων ασφαλείας για τη σύνοδο της Ομάδας των Επτά (G7) παραδοσιακών αναπτυγμένων βιομηχανικών χωρών που θα λάβει χώρα από τις 26 Μαΐου στην Ταορμίνα.

Παρασκευή, Μαΐου 12, 2017

Σαπέν: Η μπάλα για το ελληνικό ζήτημα είναι στο γήπεδο των ευρωπαϊκών χωρών

«Η μπάλα είναι στο γήπεδο των ευρωπαϊκών χωρών. Και πρέπει να εφαρμόσουν αυτή που ήταν από την αρχή μια αναγκαία μορφή εξισορρόπησης, δηλαδή την ελάφρυνση, με τον έναν ή τον άλλο τρόπο, του βάρους του χρέους, επί της ελληνικής οικονομίας και του προϋπολογισμού της», δήλωσε ο Γάλλος υπουργός Οικονομικών Μισέλ Σαπέν, απο τη Σύνοδο της G7 που βρίσκεται σε εξέλιξη στο Μπάρι.

Δευτέρα, Απριλίου 11, 2016

G7: Επίσκεψη- ορόσημο Κέρι στη Χιροσίμα

Την Ιαπωνία επισκέφτηκε ο υπουργός Εξωτερικών των ΗΠΑ Τζον Κέρι για τη συνάντηση της Ομάδας των Επτά (G7), των μεγαλύτερων βιομηχανικών οικονομιών του κόσμου, που διεξήχθη στη Χιροσίμα.

Πέμπτη, Σεπτεμβρίου 25, 2014

G-7 Foreign Ministers' Joint Statement on Ukraine (U.S. State Department)


Office of the Spokesperson, New York City, September 25, 2014:
 
The text of the following statement was released by the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and High Representative of the European Union:


Begin Text:
"We, the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and the High Representative of the European Union, express our continued grave concern on the situation in eastern Ukraine.
We welcome the Minsk agreements of 5 and 19 September as an important step towards a sustainable, mutually agreed cease-fire, a secure Russian-Ukrainian border and the return of peace and stability to eastern Ukraine with the establishment of a “special status” zone, which is to be empowered with a strong local self-government under Ukrainian law. We condemn the ongoing violations of the ceasefire agreement.
The ceasefire agreement offers an important opportunity to find a durable political solution to the conflict, in full respect of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Russia must immediately meet its own commitments of the Minsk agreement, including by withdrawing all of its forces, weapons and equipment from Ukraine; securing and respecting the international border between the two countries with OSCE monitoring; and ensuring that all hostages are released. Russia must also ensure that all commitments of the Minsk agreement be met and the political process within Ukraine continues. We commend the efforts Ukraine has made to implement its responsibilities under the Minsk agreement, such as passing legislation on amnesty and a “special status” for parts of eastern Ukraine.
We commend the OSCE´s key role through the Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) and within the Trilateral Contact Group in helping de-escalate the crisis. The OSCE has been assigned a crucial role as the monitoring mechanism in the implementation of the Minsk agreement, which we fully support. We call on all OSCE states to help provide the organization all support necessary to fulfill these responsibilities, and to support an expansion of the SMM . We urge the Governments of Russia and Ukraine to fully facilitate and support this expansion.
We reiterate our condemnation of Russia’s illegal attempted annexation of Crimea.
We reiterate our condemnation of the downing of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft on 17 July 2014 with the loss of 298 innocent lives and welcome the internationally respected recent publication of the preliminary report on the tragedy. We call for immediate, safe and unrestricted access to the crash site to enable independent experts to swiftly conclude their investigations, also in order to hold accountable those responsible for the event.
On the threshold of the coming winter, Ukraine faces difficult economic and social challenges, partially caused by the conflict forced upon the country. We commit ourselves to help Ukraine to recover from this massive economic setback and to rebuild its economy. To this end we will closely work together and coordinate with other donors and international financial institutions. We welcome the upcoming donors’ and investors’ conferences organized by Ukraine with the support of the European Union. We encourage the Ukrainian leadership to continue with necessary political, economic and rule of law-related reforms. We trust that the early parliamentary elections will be free, fair and fully in line with international standards.
We stand united in the expectation that this crisis will be solved with respect for international law, and Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence. In the course of the past weeks, we have put in place additional coordinated sanctions affecting Russia. Sanctions are not an end in themselves; they can only be rolled back when Russia meets its commitments related to the cease fire and the Minsk agreements and respects Ukraine’s sovereignty. In case of adverse action, however, we remain ready to further intensify the costs on Russia for non-compliance.
We welcome the ratification of the Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) by the European Parliament and the Verkhovna Rada on 16 September. In accordance with the agreement reached at the trilateral meeting between the EU, Ukraine and Russia on 12 September on the implementation of the DCFTA, the EU intends to postpone the provisional application of the trade-related provisions until 31 December 2015, while maintaining the EU’s autonomous trade measures to the benefit of Ukraine, as agreed upon at the trilateral meeting between the EU, Ukraine and Russia on 12 September. This will help stabilize the Ukrainian economy in this difficult time. We welcome that the trilateral talks between Ukraine, Russia and the EU will continue. It is equally important to continue the discussions between Russia, Ukraine and the EU on resolving outstanding energy issues"
 http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2014/09/232123.htm
25/9/14
--
-
Related:

Τετάρτη, Ιουλίου 30, 2014

G7 powers warn Russia of more sanctions over Ukraine

Washington. The leaders of the world's major developed economies condemned Russia for destabilizing Ukraine on Wednesday and warned it faces still tougher sanctions if it does not change course, AFP reported.
"Russia still has the opportunity to choose the path of de-escalation, which would lead to the removal of these sanctions," the G7 powers said, in a joint statement released by the White House.
"If it does not do so, however, we remain ready to further intensify the costs of its adverse actions."
The G7 - Britain, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States - issued the statement one day after Washington and the European Union announced increased sanctions on Moscow.


"We once again condemn Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea, and actions to de-stabilize eastern Ukraine. Those actions are unacceptable and violate international law," the group said.
"We condemn the tragic downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and the deaths of 298 innocent civilians. We demand a prompt, full, unimpeded, and transparent international investigation."
The G7 powers said Moscow should use its influence with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine to enable air crash investigators and OSCE monitors to operate in safety.
They demanded that Russia get behind a ceasefire plan being pushed by Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko and support efforts to find a political solution to a conflict with a rising civilian death toll.

 http://www.focus-fen.net/news/2014/07/30/344200/g7-powers-warn-russia-of-more-sanctions-over-ukraine.html
30/7/14
-------------------
  • G-7 Leaders Statement on Ukraine (The White House)
Office of the Press Secretary,  July 30, 2014:
"We, the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the President of the European Council, and the President of the European Commission, join in expressing our grave concern about Russia’s continued actions to undermine Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and independence.  We once again condemn Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea, and actions to de-stabilize eastern Ukraine.  Those actions are unacceptable and violate international law.

We condemn the tragic downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and the deaths of 298 innocent civilians.  We demand a prompt, full, unimpeded, and transparent international investigation.  We call upon all sides to establish, maintain, and fully respect a cease-fire at and around the crash site, as demanded by UN Security Council resolution 2166, so that the investigators can take up their work and to recover the remains of all victims and their personal possessions.

This terrible event should have marked a watershed in this conflict, causing Russia to suspend its support for illegal armed groups in Ukraine, secure its border with Ukraine, and stop the increasing flow of weapons, equipment, and militants across the border in order to achieve rapid and tangible results in de-escalation.

Regrettably, however, Russia has not changed course.  This week, we have all announced additional coordinated sanctions on Russia, including sanctions on specific companies operating in key sectors of the Russian economy.  We believe it is essential to demonstrate to the Russian leadership that it must stop its support for the separatists in eastern Ukraine and tangibly participate in creating the necessary conditions for the political process.
We remain convinced that there must be a political solution to the current conflict, which is causing rising numbers of civilian casualties.  We call for a peaceful settlement of the crisis in Ukraine and underline the need to implement President Poroshenko’s peace plan without any further delay.  To this end, we urge all parties to establish a swift, genuine, and sustainable general cease-fire on the basis of the Berlin Declaration of 2 July with the aim of maintaining Ukraine’s territorial integrity.  We call upon Russia to use its influence with the separatist groups and ensure effective border control, including through OSCE observers.   We support the OSCE and the Trilateral Contact Group as central players in creating the conditions for a ceasefire.

Russia still has the opportunity to choose the path of de-escalation, which would lead to the removal of these sanctions.  If it does not do so, however, we remain ready to further intensify the costs of its adverse actions."
http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/07/30/g-7-leaders-statement-ukraine
30/7/14

Πέμπτη, Ιουνίου 05, 2014

Obama warns Putin to work with Ukraine or face new sanctions

BRUSSELS - President Barack Obama said on Thursday Russian President Vladimir Putin must recognize and work with Ukraine's new government and stop "provocations" along its border, or face tougher sanctions from members of the G7 group of nations.
"We will have a chance to see what Mr. Putin does over the next two, three, four weeks, and if he remains on the current course then we’ve already indicated the kinds of actions that we’re prepared to take," Obama told at a news conference at the end of a G7 summit.

The president added that he would have preferred it if France had held back on the sale of Mistral helicopter carriers to Russia. REUTERS

[todayonline.com]
5/6/14
--
-

Οι νεκροί Έλληνες στα μακεδονικά χώματα σάς κοιτούν με οργή

«Παριστάνετε τα "καλά παιδιά" ελπίζοντας στη στήριξη του διεθνή παράγοντα για να παραμείνετε στην εξουσία», ήταν η κατηγορία πο...