G-7 summit kicks off amid great anticipation

G-7 summit kicks off amid great anticipation

The G-7 summit has begun amid great anticipation.

The G-7 summit, which includes the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan, kicked off yesterday (11th) in Cornwall, Britain. The conference will run until tomorrow.

The European Union is also attending the conference. In addition, special invitations have been extended to India, South Africa, Australia and South Korea to attend the conference.

The G7 conference will focus on the distribution of the corona vaccine.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who inaugurated the summit, said:

‘It is my intention that this meeting should take place as we need to learn a lesson from the effects of corona infection.

We need to make sure that we do not repeat some of the mistakes we have made in the last 18 months since the infection started to spread. And we need to take the necessary steps to revive the economy.

We need to find out what are the problems caused by the infection, what are the risks of prolonged scarring of this infection, and whether the effects of the infection are deeply rooted in the imbalance.

We need to recover better from the effects of the epidemic. We have the opportunity to do that. This is because the G-7 nations are united in the solution to the problem of climate change, including building a cleaner green world.

Recovery from the global financial crisis of 2008 has not been smooth in the G7 countries. It is important that we do not repeat the mistakes we made then. ‘

After talks at a seaside hotel on Caprice Bay, world leaders had dinner with the British Queen.

This is the first G7 summit in which the leaders of the world’s largest economies will meet face-to-face after the Corona epidemic.

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