‘Report of Germany snubbing India as G7 visitor over Russia incorrect’

NEW DELHI: German authorities circles have termed as “incorrect” a report stating that it was contemplating not inviting India for the G7 assembly it will host due to its place regarding Russia‘s battle in Ukraine.
German authorities spokesperson Steffen Hebestreit mentioned Berlin would current its record of visitor attendees as quickly as it’s finalised, whereas German Embassy sources instructed IANS that the report is “incorrect”.
The report acknowledged that Germany is weighing “whether or not to ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the G7 summit it is internet hosting in June given India’s reluctance to sentence Russia for invading Ukraine”.
India and 49 international locations abstained from a United Nations vote to droop Russia from the UN Human Rights Council and has not imposed sanctions on Moscow.
The G7 is an off-the-cuff grouping of seven of the world’s superior economies: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, the US and the European Union.
The discussion board supplies international management and performs a robust catalyst position on points which can be later taken up by different fora with broader international and regional membership.

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