UK PM Boris Johnson invites PM Modi in G-7 Summit

In this meeting, challenges to overcome the corona virus crisis and climate change will be discussed. Australia and South Korea have also been invited as guests at the G-7 summit.

UK PM Boris Johnson invites PM Modi in G-7 Summit (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Indian PM Narendra Modi to attend the G-7 summit. The summit will be held in Cornwall from 11 to 13 June. The summit will be attended by leaders from seven major countries of the world.

Britain invites India for G-7: Summit

In this meeting, challenges to overcome the corona virus crisis and climate change will be discussed. Australia and South Korea have also been invited as guests at the G-7 summit.

In a statement issued by the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it has been said that as the world’s pharmacy, India already supplies more than 50 percent of the world’s vaccine. The statement said that the United Kingdom and India have worked closely together during the corona-like epidemic.

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On behalf of Britain it has been said that our Prime Minister keeps talking continuously. Prime Minister Johnson said that he would visit India before the G-7 conference. Johnson was invited as Chief Guest at this year’s Republic Day celebrations, but his tour was canceled due to Corona’s growing cases.

The heads of the world’s major democracies will come together in Britain to meet common challenges. All top leaders will discuss how to deal with the corona virus and tackle climate change. In this meeting it will also be ensured that people everywhere can benefit from open trade, technological change and scientific discovery.

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The G-7 is the group of countries with the world’s seven largest developed economies. This includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA. It is also called the Group of Seven. Initially it was a group of six countries and its first meeting was in 1975. A year later, in 1976, Canada was included in this group and it became Group 7. Every country in turn presides over this group and hosts the summit annually.

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