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Summit G7 in Ise-Sima will lead Japan

The main topics are expected to be politics and diplomacy, economy and foreign trade, climate change and energy

Since January 1, Japan has become the chairing country of the G7 - the "Group of Seven", which in addition to it includes the United States, Great Britain, Germany, Canada, France, Italy. The previous time Japan hosted the group's summit in 2008

Agenda for the Ise-Shima Summit in Mie Prefecture 26 27 May this year, is in the process of adjustment, but it is already known that the main topics will be politics and diplomacy, economics and foreign trade, climate change and energy, development and development, reports RIA Novosti.

In the topic of politics and diplomacy, special attention will be paid to China's activity in the East China and South China Seas, which causes increased concern among Japan against the background of the territorial dispute with the PRC over the Senkaku Islands (the Chinese name for Diaoyu Dao), as well as the situation in Ukraine, which more worried about Tokyo's western partners.

Both topics will be considered from the point of view of the inadmissibility of changing the status quo in politics by force and military means. In the block of questions on politics and diplomacy, a special place will be given to anti-terrorist activities and the consolidation of the GXNUMX members in the fight against international terrorism, first of all, with the Islamic State group (in the Arabic version of DAISH, banned in the Russian Federation).

As Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in Munich last summer, announcing the venue for the summit, Japan, as chair of the G7 in 2016, will pay special attention to the unity of the group. He stressed that "Japan will fulfill its role of leader, insisting on the need for unity to solve world problems - the G7 are united by common values: freedom, democracy, human rights, the right of law."
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