Leaders of seven leading industrialised countries have converged on Ise-Shima in Japan for a two-day summit expected to focus on the global economy, international security and the refugee crisis.
Donald Tusk, the European Union president, said this morning that he would seek G7 support for more global aid for refugees.
"If we [G7] do not take the lead in managing this crisis, nobody will," he said.
The G7 members are Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States.
It's never good when a bunch of the leading socialists and interventionists meet to plot global schemes. And the leaders of all seven G7 members are such.There is not a free market advocate among them.