Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP
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G7 scolds China and Russia over ‘threats, bullying and rights abuses’ in vote of support for Taiwan and Ukraine

  • Foreign ministers voice their displeasure e in 12,400-word communique
  • The G7 is seeking to present the West as a much broader alliance than just the core rich nations

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (centre) and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab (left) posing for a photograph with other delegates during the G7 foreign ministers meeting in London on Wednesday. Photo: Niklas Halle'n/European Commission via AFP
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