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Host Australia expects Putin at G20 summit

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Arab Today, arab today Host Australia expects Putin at G20 summit

Russian President Putin leaves the Elysee Palace following his meeting with French President Francois Hollande
Sydney - AFP

 Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said he expects Vladimir Putin to attend the G20 summit this year in Brisbane despite the Russian leader being banned from this week's Group of Seven meeting.
Russia was axed from the G7 meeting in Brussels over its annexation of Crimea, with Putin cold-shouldered by the United States and its allies since the March seizure of the peninsula.
Australia is the current holder of the rotating G20 presidency and hosts the leaders' summit in Brisbane in November.
Abbott said that while he shared serious concerns over Russia's role in Ukraine, there was no indication Putin would not be invited.
"The G20 is an economic meeting whereas the G7 or the G8 has tended to have a very strong security component," he told Australian media in France late Thursday, where he will attend the 70th D-Day commemorations, alongside Putin.
"Obviously there are very grave concerns about the behaviour of Russia in Ukraine and I can understand why the G7 leaders were reluctant to sit down with President Putin at this time. 
"But when it comes to the prosperity of the world, when it comes to the management of international finances, when it comes to harmonisation of taxation rules, when it comes to trying to promote global growth, I think it is best if we can include Russia. 
"At this point in time I'm expecting Russia to be well and truly part of the G20 in November," he added in a transcript provided Friday.
The G7 groups Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Canada and the United States with US President Barack Obama on Thursday saying Russia had to recognise Ukraine's president-elect Petro Poroshenko.
He also said Moscow must withdraw troops from Ukrainian borders and stop backing the pro-Moscow rebels destabilising eastern Ukraine.
In a statement after their summit, the leaders of the Group of Seven industrialised nations warned of tougher sanctions if the conditions set out by Obama were not met.

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