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 By annexing Crimea, Russia disrupted world order in Europe - Merkel

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On the eve of the G7 leaders summit, which will be held June 7-8 in the Bavarian Schloss Elmau (Elmau Castle hotel), German Chancellor Angela Merkel outlined "major threats to the world community."

This is reported by Censor.NET citing TASS.

"Who would have imagined that 25 years after the end of the Cold War world order in Europe would be disrupted by the "cessation" of Crimea (to Russia). It was hard to think that an Ebola epidemic would threaten the development of a number of African countries. It was also difficult to imagine the threats that would be posed by extremist groups operating in the Middle East. All of these questions need to be answered by the international community. They will be included in the agenda of the G7 summit," Merkel told Japanese newspaper Yomiuri.

 
 
 
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