According to details, the G7 summit is being hosted by the United Kingdom, which on the first day called for ensuring a uniform supply of anti-coronavirus vaccines around the world, so the heads of the world’s seven most powerful democracies met in the UK. Are to deal with the Corona epidemic.
However, international media reports said that the group of the seven richest democratic parties on Saturday presented an infrastructure plan to developing countries in an attempt to counter China’s growing influence. And so Xi wants to counter Chinese President Xi Jinping’s multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road project.
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According to media reports, the G7 leaders, who want to compete with China at the summit, have adopted a plan to support low- and middle-income countries in building better infrastructure.
US President Joe Biden has said he wants the US-backed Buildback Butter World (B3W) to become a high-quality alternative to the Chinese program. The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has funded the construction of railway roads and ports in many countries, but has been criticized for burdening some countries with debt.
Regarding the Corona epidemic, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in the meeting that this meeting is an opportunity to learn lessons from the epidemic, for which everyone must work together.
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On the first day of the meeting at Cornwall, the UK resort, the Queen hosted a reception in honor of the leaders, which was also attended by Prince William and Kate Middleton. After reception the Queen posed for a photo with the leaders.
Same time of the issue of climate change is being raised outside the meeting. Workers working on climate change in Cornwall are protesting to shake the G-7 leaders. Some have disguised themselves as G-7 leaders and some have floated a giant. Prepared The protesters demanded that the leaders of the powerful countries take concrete steps to tackle climate change.
Countries G7 include Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.