The UK has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the G7 summit, which will make the future more beautiful, greener and more prosperous as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seizes the opportunity to better rebuild world leaders from the Cov-19.
The summit will take place in Cornwall on June 11-13, and the UK will use its G7 presidency to “unite the leading democracies and help make the world better off the corona virus and create a greener, more prosperous future,” a statement said. British High Commissioner.
Apart from India, Australia and South Korea have been invited as guests to the first-person G7 summit in almost two years.
As the “pharmacy of the world”, India already supplies more than 50% of the world’s vaccines, and the UK and India have worked closely together throughout the epidemic. Our prime ministers have been speaking out, and Prime Minister Johnson has said he will return to India before the G7, ”the statement said.
The prime ministers and presidents of the world’s leading democracies will work together to tackle shared challenges, including overcoming the corona virus and tackling climate change, ensuring that people everywhere can benefit from open trade, technological change and scientific innovation.
The G7 – made up of the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the European Union – is the only forum where the world’s most influential and open communities and advanced economies are brought together for close discussions.
The UK invited the leaders of India, Australia and South Korea to attend as guest countries.
It said the call for India, Australia and South Korea was “a testament to the UK’s commitment to ensuring that multilateral companies better reflect today’s world.”
Permanent UN for India The UK was the first P5 member to support a Security Council seat and the first G7 member to invite India to the G7 summit in 2005. The report said that the current Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) forum and the G20 leader will “play a key role in multilateral cooperation to help make the world a better place by 2023”.
Johnson plans to use the G7 summit to intensify cooperation between the world’s most democratically and technologically advanced nations. Among them, the 10 leaders represent more than 60% of the population living in democracies around the world.
The UK holds a number of meetings between G7 government ministers throughout the year, almost and in different locations across the UK. These meetings will cover economic, environmental, health, trade, technology, development and foreign policy issues.
Johnson said: “As the most important group of democracies, the G7 has long been a catalyst for decisive international action to address the enormous challenges we face. From the cancellation of a growing world debt, to the global condemnation of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the world is moving towards the G7, using our shared values and diplomatic strength to create a more open and prosperous planet.
“The corona virus is undoubtedly the most destructive force we have seen in generations and the greatest test of the modern world order we have ever experienced. It is only right that we approach the challenge of rebuilding better by uniting with an open mind to create a better future,” he added.
This is an important year of international leadership for the UK. In addition to the G7 summit, Britain will assume the chairmanship of the UN Security Council in February, and will hold a global education conference in Glasgow later this year aimed at enrolling children in COP26 and developing countries.
Johnson was invited to the Republic Day celebrations this year as chief minister, but recently canceled his trip to stay home to oversee Britain’s response to the increase in Govt-19 cases.