UK to host G7 Summit to discuss recovery from corona, climate change
UK to host G7 Summit to discuss recovery from corona, climate change

London: The leaders of the seven world's leading industrial nations decided to meet in the English coastal county of Cornwall. The UK government announced on Sunday that the meet will be commenced from June 11-13, 2021 to address the challenges shared by all such as the recovery from the coronavirus crisis and climate change.

Boris Johnson's office said in a statement that "The Prime Minister will use the first in-person G7 summit in almost two years to ask leaders to seize the opportunity to build back better from coronavirus, uniting to make the future fairer, greener, and more prosperous." Johnson wishes to use the meeting, which will also be attended by Australia, India, and South Korea as guest countries, to intensify cooperation between the world's democratic and technologically advanced nations. The Prime Minister said, "As the most prominent grouping of democratic countries, the G7 has long been the catalyst for decisive international action to tackle the greatest challenges we face," as quoted in the statement. The UK, which formally left the EU on December 31, 2020, as part of the Brexit process, will assume in February the pro tempore presidency of the UN Security Council. The G7 will have UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States, and the European Union.

Also, later this year the UK will host the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 and a global education conference aimed at getting children in the developing world into school.

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