Trump said that the US will not sign the final communique of the Big Seven
President of the United States Donald Trump said that the US will not support the final communique that was adopted at the end of the G7 summit in Canada.

Earlier that the communique was agreed upon by all countries was announced by the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. Later the document was made public.
On his Twitter page, Trump explained that he made this decision because of a number of statements by the Canadian prime minister.

"Based on Justin's false statements at his press conference and on the fact that Canada charges huge tariffs from our American farmers, workers and companies, I instructed our US representatives not to approve the communique, while we are considering the possibility of (imposing) tariffs on cars flooding the American market! " - Trump wrote.

"Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau behaved so meekly and gently during our meetings at the G7 just to give a press conference after I left, saying that" the US fees were some kind of insulting, "and he" will not let us sit on our necks. "It's very dishonest and feeble.Our duties are the answer to his 270% (duties) for dairy products (USA)!" - added Trump.

The US said in May that it imposes duties on the import of steel and aluminum in the amount of 25% and 10% from Europe, Canada, Mexico and other countries.

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