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the white house but keep disagreements between the two leaders from a. g seven member countries joint efforts to get to know russia better agreeing to set up a working group to study the country's. behavior. and a nationwide poll in germany suggests that most people there see america as a greater threat to world security than russian it comes just days ahead of talks with the president. just gone three am in rio two pm in singapore and nine in the morning right. here in moscow this when's the april the twenty fifth my names you know neal this is r t
international our top story donald trump has heaped praise on among you all micron a meeting in the white house the two presidents met to discuss syria and iran but it's their touchy feely friendship that's so all over the headlines. thank you. mr president the old saying what a great relationship we have and they're actually correct it's not fake news finally it's not fake news so it's a great honor they don't know that you're here but we do have a very special relationship and try to get the pieces. to the people we have to make them for he is perfect so it is really it is really great to be with you and your special critic now a lot of the basis of recent unity between donald trump and french president mccraw on has been the recent attack on syria france and the united states along with the
u.k. cooperated in the recent air strikes in syria now it seems pretty clear that mccrie on was hoping that this recent attack could kind of lay the basis for a continued cooperation between the united states and france kron has been referring to the united states as kind of a gerund turf contemporary multi-lateralism however when he brought this rhetoric up at the white house donald trump didn't seem quite eager to go along with it in the long run we need to bring peace want to make sure that syria does not become an enemy in the region be we have spent seven trillion dollars in the middle east and we've got nothing for it nothing less than nothing so far as i'm concerned that difference and striking rebuff from trump is a little bit of a blow to him across on especially when he himself bragged about the possibility that he had convinced donald trump to keep u.s. military forces in syria now donald trump says that that's not the case but micron
has been insisting that it's him who is responsible for convincing trump to keep a military presence in syria trump later went on to underline the fact that the united states will be leaving syria as soon as they can as. syria's concerned i would love to get out i'd love to bring our incredible warriors back home when it came to the iran deal just an hour before the press conference donald trump and the french president they were both very adamant in their position it was a terrible deal should have never ever been made we could have made a good deal or a reasonable deal if iran's it was a terrible deal we have to take it as a part of the broader picture which is security in the oval room it's insane it's ridiculous it should have never been made but we will be talking about what we want to do is it contains iranian presence in the region and d.c. do its part of this fraud rather pick their not going to be restarting anything
they restart it they could have big problems bigger than they've ever had before and you can mark it down but after sitting down with the donald it seems the clown has changed his tune somewhat do people feel more deep is the need for a number of months so i've been saying that this was not a sufficient day you but it will enable us at least until twenty twenty five to have some control over the nuclear activities there for wish to work on a new deal with iran's mr president you were saying that it was new. that the. iran deal was to be preserved no you were talking about a new deal with the boundary why did you change your mind. but basically when i said there was no plan b. i usually refer to the fact there is no plan it be brutal it was about climate change rather than iran's to put it. what do you have at the bit there are options i don't see. what is the what ifs and i all your plan b. i don't have any plan b.
for nuclear against against iran thank you. thank you you. thank . well money did some symbolism to the meeting by presenting president trump with a tree from a first world war battlefield the site of the two leaders planting it in the white house garden handing twitter users plenty of gag material. and so it was a great honor to take part. these veterans or they call witness trees that that lived through the war see around you have continued to grow.
earlier in reaction our guests agreed that the displays of closeness just like they were essentially a performance although they did have contrasting views on how good it was. i think it's just is all just for show i mean for a better year you know micro and the french media is just a trump and there's certainly no trying to appear to be like the new body of prison my crown i think they just have to show they're going to freeze value to the world after what happened you know in syria so do they have you know interests in common yes probably but i do also think that it was you know mostly made this mini
reversal on the part i'm wrong makes a mockery of his presidency hearing him on numerous occasions saying that the nuclear deal should be pusing and singing prompts to terribly disappointed at these poor performance imagine you know what the twenty four white house charm offensive can do and can do to a political leader in europe. ok moving on the group of the world's largest advanced economies the g seven want to get a better picture of russia they're planning to set up a special working group to study what they describe as moscow's malign behavior russia was at the top of the agenda the gathering of the group's foreign ministers in canada. reports. the g seven a club of some of the world's leading industrialized nations tackling the planet's biggest problems from financial crises to military conflicts but it's also the g.
eight minus russia and it seems they just can't help talking about the member that they kicked out last year was the focus of the g seven foreign and security ministers meetings in toronto the g seven foreign ministers are calling attention to so-called malign behavior by russia that are expected to look at ways to keep pressure on russia without imposing new sanctions for two days g. seven foreign and security ministers rub shoulders in toronto at an event with the tagline building a more peaceful and secure world and apparently for that to happen first and foremost russia needs to be put in its place then things like war and world hunger can be addressed just like last year and the year before that and so on because you see in ukraine and russia's actions all of the very reason for the g seven brussels summit this is now the second year in a row that the g seven is without russia another example of russia's isolation ukraine is the victim of russian aggression we must never forget that fact if i
think about the position of you to know he's you know he's talked so far is really the repeated move of russia now this time around it included a whole laundry list of russia issues condemn russia's irresponsible and destabilizing behavior cesc demand such alleged actions cease immediately check agree that it is highly likely moscow poisoned sergei screwball and his daughter and that there's just no plausible alternative attack and the acting u.s. secretary of state went to far as to tell reporters that russia has to be a quote constructive partner in syria or be held accountable so to be fair they did manage to cover a lot of ground it just more often than not happened to be russia related let's just hope they can avoid getting too carried away with their plans. what we decided was that we were going to sets up a jew servant group that would look at russian malign behavior in all this money for stations whether it cyber war whether it's this information assassination attempts whatever it happens to be and collectively try and call it out and the
hostile it may not have reached its peak either this meeting was perhaps just a preview of what we can expect when the leaders of the g. seven countries come together in june to tackle the russian mess. well let's talk about one of those the seven countries germany where a nationwide opinion poll suggests that the majority of people there see america as a greater threat than russia the survey result came just days ahead of german chancellor angela merkel's meeting with donald trump in washington artie's peter all over brings us more. when i google or merkel meets on friday with donald trump in washington one of the aims for the chancellor will be to show the president how sanctions against russia are impacting business in her country the german government will point out where the interests of german companies have been affected and make it clear where there are concerns and where we see undesirable consequences it's estimated forty percent of western losses since sanctions were
imposed on moscow power being german and industry starting to ring the alarm bell the german economy's facing damage in the short term to the extent of more than one hundred million euros and in the long term projects its value is several billion euros may be threatened it's not just about bottom lines and balance sheets for uncle merkel though public opinion at home is also a big factor when you look at a recent poll that shows that a significant chunk of germans view the united states as the biggest threat to world security not russia the vast majority of those polled said that they weren't scared of russia while almost half of you said that they blamed the current tensions between the west and russia on the united states with only a quarter saying that moscow was.