NEW DELHI / LONDON| Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to attend the G7 summit to be held in Britain in June this year. The summit will take place in Cornwall region of England from 11 to 13 June.
Last year, US President Donald Trump invited Prime Minister Modi for a G7 meeting to discuss China.
An official statement released by the British High Commission in New Delhi on Sunday said, “Prime Minister Johnson will use the G7 Presidency to help Coronavirus improve the world and create a greener, fairer and more prosperous future.” ”
The countries included in the G7 i.e., Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, America – are the only forum with the European Union, where the world’s most influential and open societies and advanced economies come together for discussion in mutual harmony.
The UK has also invited the heads of Australia and South Korea to participate as guest countries.
The statement said that Prime Minister Johnson’s ambition is to use the G7 to intensify cooperation between the world’s democratic and technologically advanced nations. 10 of them represent more than 60 percent of the people living in democracies around the world.
Describing the G7 as the most prominent group of democratic countries, Johnson said, “It is the catalyst for long-standing decisive international action among the major challenges we face.”
He said, “The cancellation of the developing world debt to our global condemnation of Russia’s destruction of Crimea has led the world to focus on the G7 to enforce our shared values and diplomats could build a more open and prosperous planet Huh.”
Regarding coronaviruses, he said, “Undoubtedly the most destructive and greatest test of the modern world order that we have experienced. The only way to deal with it is to unite with a sense of openness to create a better future, the challenge of building better Let’s face it. ”
The statement said that “India as a global pharmacy already supplies more than 50 percent of the world’s vaccine, and the UK and India have worked together throughout the epidemic.”
Recalling that Britain was the first P5 member to support permanent membership in UNSC for India and the first G7 member to invite India to the G7 summit in 2005, the UK government stated that in 2023 the current BRICS president and the G20 As Chairman, India will play a key role in establishing multilateral cooperation worldwide.