The British foreign secretary said the G-7 had agreed on the need to be vigilant about Russia. AFP / Lars Hagberg
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Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations will create a working group to study Russia's "malign behavior" because of concerns about Moscow's actions, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Monday.German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas earlier told reporters the G-7 would formally call on Moscow to contribute to solving the crisis in Syria, where Russia and Iran are backing Syrian President Bashar Assad.Maas also said the leaders of France and Germany would urge U.S. President Donald Trump not to pull out of an Iran nuclear deal with major powers.Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif earlier Monday called on European leaders to support the deal.While some other European leaders have kept a certain distance from Trump, Macron has worked hard to remain close to the U.S. president and the two leaders speak frequently by phone.
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