UK PM May: Clear there was some debate & disagreements at G7

The UK PM Theresa May is delivering her prepared statement on the G7 summit at the Parliament, providing the key quotes found below.

  • Clear there was some debate & disagreements at G7.
  • G7 agreed to maintain Russian sanctions.
    • We stand ready to take further restrictive measures if necessary.
  • American tariffs are unjustified. Must avoid tit-for-tat escalation of trade tariffs.
  • We need to continue to have trade negotiations in order to increase our exports.
  • As we leave the EU, it's important to have a good trade deal with the EU and to have other independent trade agreements.

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