The UK announces a face-to-face meeting of the G7 MNE in May

The UK announces a face-to-face meeting of the G7 MNE in May

Oh The United Kingdom, the rotating president of a group of seven highly industrialized nations, wants to “revive individual diplomacy” and discuss issues such as equal access to vaccines, financial goals to combat climate change, and new measures to combat hunger and food insecurity.

The last face-to-face meeting of the G7 took place in April 2019 in Dinard and Saint-Malo, France.

The British government has promised to impose draconian measures on participants, including daily raids.

In addition to the G7 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom – plus the European Union), British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb invited the President of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to India, Australia, the Republic of Korea, South Africa and .

“Next month’s G7 meeting of foreign and development ministers will be an opportunity to show how the world’s largest democracies are working together,” Rob said.

The G7 summit is scheduled to take place in the UK from June 11 to 13.

Also read: 33 deaths and 2,524 new Govt-19 cases reported in UK

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