12 JUNE 2021
G 7 SUMMIT STARTED
The three-day 47th G 7 Meeting started in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, UK on 11-13 June 2021 with high responsibility and make commitments to tackle the pandemic in the world.
The meeting attended by heads of states of the U.S, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and representatives of the European Union.
Leaders from South Africa, Australia and South Korea and India are also attending the Summit.
Joe Biden, the U.S President is on his first visit abroad to attend the Summit.
British PrimeMinister Boris Johnson opened the first session of the summit and said:
“G7’s economies have the potential to bounce back very strongly from the pandemic, but recovery was not uniform across all parts of society.
I think what’s gone wrong with this pandemic, or what risks being a listing scar is that inequalities may be entrenched. And we need to make sure that, as we recover, we level up across our societies and we rebuild back better.”
· G 7 leaders to pledge 1 billion vaccine doses to poorer countries
· G7 leaders will endorse the proposal by the US President Joe Biden to impose a 15 percent global tax on Corporatations.
· Japan expects the support of other G7 Countries for holding the Tokyo Olympic Games as planned
The world leaders of the leading democracies are expected to sign the ‘Carbis Bay Declaration’, setting out a series of concrete commitment to prevent any repeat of the pandemic in future.