The Prime Minister told reporters accompanying her to the summit: "I've had a telephone conversation with the new Italian PM and I'll be having further discussions with him here at the G7".
Following the end of the summit, the U.S. president said he would invite Italy's new PM to the White House, praising him and Italians for the March 4 elections' outcome.
Maria Repnikova, director of the Center for Global Information Studies at Georgia State University in the U.S., said China makes Russian Federation look "stronger and more relevant" on the global stage.
G7 leaders also endorsed Britain's accusation that Russian Federation was behind the nerve gas attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March.
Previous G7 summits have seen large-scale anti-globalization protests, but Trump was a main target of the demonstration as masked anarchists set fire to United States flags and those of other G7 nations.
President Aliyev emphasized that Russian Federation has an active role on worldwide arena.
Asked if Mrs May believed she had been snubbed, a Downing Street spokeswoman replied: "No".
The premier, however, said that Britain had registered its "deep disappointment at the unjustified decision by the U.S.to apply tariffs to European Union steel and aluminum imports" at the meeting.
Putin said regarding purchasing power parity, SCO member states have surpassed G7 countries. "On this day, we honor the citizens of the Russian Federation and their aspira", the statement says.
On Sunday, Trump's chief economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, accused Trudeau of undermining the United States and its allies with comments at the G7 summit.
President Trump doesn't want anything to do with that.
Putin and Xi are expected to discuss bilateral relations and Korean Peninsula issues.
That's "not something we are even remotely interested in looking at", Trudeau said on Saturday.
-North Korea summit and the Iranian nuclear deal.
He said a personal meeting with Trump would help both countries, whose relations have plunged to their lowest ebb in decades after a series of tit-for-tat sanctions and diplomatic expulsions. The annexation of Crimea, alleged US election interference, the war in Syria and a poisoned spy in Britain are just a few of the storms surrounding the Kremlin before Putin officially declares the tournament open June 14.
The president reiterated the idea that a trade agreement could take a different shape, namely, individual deals with Canada and Mexico.
The president has angered Canada, Mexico and European countries with his recent decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
"For the president of the United States to suggest all is forgotten, that that doesn't matter, that we are fine with one country annexing another country's sovereign territory and we should just welcome them with open arms back into a community of democracies is outrageous".