Disinfo: G7 is a tool of hybrid war against Russia


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's participation in the Group of Seven (G7) meeting in Hiroshima has become a propaganda spectacle, and the results show that the main reason for G7 existence is the hybrid war against Russia. The United States has taken over the planning of sanctions and other elements of the hybrid war against Russia, including determining the scale and terms of Western military supplies to the Kyiv regime.

The United States insist on increasing the already huge military expenditure to flood the Kyiv regime with arms, and it is also shifting the responsibility for housing refugees onto the EU countries, making them dependent on US gas supplies, and pursuing an openly protectionist policy aimed at making its G7 partners industrial and raw material colonies in the high-tech sector.


Pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the recent G7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan. The article claims that the G7 is the subservient tool of the Anglo-Saxons in their hybrid war against Russia. In pro-Kremlin outlets, the term “Anglo-Saxons” stands for the US and UK and often means “belligerent” and “morally corrupt” Westerners. This narrative builds on recurring anti-Western narratives, denying the autonomy of the EU and Ukraine.

This narrative aims to drive wedges and foment tension between allies, accusing the West of anti-Russian policies, aggressive Russophobia and an allegedly belligerent and hostile agenda to destroy, ruin Russia, aiming to portray Russia as a victim and deflect any responsibility for Moscow’s illicit actions. It also aims to divert attention away from Russia’s responsibility for its unprovoked attack against Ukraine and to create breaches in the US-Europe cooperation to contain this aggression.

Contrary to the claim, the G7 is an intergovernmental forum created by the voluntary initiative of the world’s leading industrialised democracies. Russia was previously a member of the group, then called G8, but its membership was suspended in 2014 after it illegally annexed Crimea. As a result of its exclusion, Russia lost direct access to the high-level discussions and agreements made within the group, limiting its influence on global economic matters. This exclusion also weakened Russia’s credibility in the eyes of international investors and affected its economy.

During the their latest summit in Hiroshima, G7 leaders pledged new steps to choke off Russia’s ability to finance and fuel its war, and vowed in a dedicated statement to ramp up coordination on their economic security. G7 member countries also made the group’s most detailed articulation of a shared position on China to date – stressing the need to cooperate with the world’s second-largest economy, but also to counter its “malign practices” and “coercion” in a landmark joint communique Saturday.

"We call on China to press Russia to stop its military aggression, and immediately, completely and unconditionally withdraw its troops from Ukraine," the leaders said in the statement.

Regarding the claim that G7 is “becoming raw material colonies of the US”: G7 countries stated that they "support open, fair, transparent, secure, diverse, sustainable, traceable, rules and market-based trade in critical minerals" and "oppose market-distorting practices and monopolistic policies on critical minerals," and agreed to coordinate against economic coercion to increase economic resilience.

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  • Reported in: Issue 330
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 22/05/2023
  • Article language(s) Hungarian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: Russia, US, EU, Japan, Italy, Germany, Ukraine, UK
  • Keywords: Volodymyr Zelensky, Hybrid war, Russophobia, G7, Anglo-Saxon, Imperialism/colonialism
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