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Where do G8 leaders go on holiday?


Where do G8 leaders go on holiday?

Vladimir Putin
Sporting camouflaged diving gear and matching ensembles for all kinds of weather, Putin took a two-day holiday in the remote Tuva region of Siberia this week together with his defence minister, Sergei Shoigu. Putin’s holiday photos – showing him swimming, snorkelling and fishing in Siberia – were published by the Russian Presidential Press and Information Office

Emmanuel Macron
France’s president told newspaper JDD in April he would not take a holiday this summer.

Angela Merkel
Just two months remain before Germany’s election and Chancellor Angela Merkel has left the stage for a quiet three-week summer holiday in the Italian Alps. She made a splash with pictures of her on a hiking trip, wearing the same holiday outfit in the same location for the fifth year running.

Justin Trudeau
Justin Trudeau hasn’t announced a summer holiday yet. But the prime minister of Canada and his wife had a delirious time kayaking near Gulf Islands National Park Reserve in Sidney, Canada, last weekend.

Donald Trump
President Trump, 71, and First Lady Melania, 47, will be holidaying with their son Barron, 11, at Trump’s private golf club in central New Jersey

Theresa May
Theresa May and husband Philip spent the first part of their summer holiday
northern Italy. The couple are now in Switzerland for another two weeks, before returning to Downing Street on August 14.

Paolo Gentiloni
Amid huge unrest among Italians because of the migrant crisis, centre-left Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni is not on holiday yet.

Shinzō Abe
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe did not on holiday, instead reshuffling his government last week, with his popularity struggling.