In the G-7 summit, Biden discussed many important issues including Corona Vaccination.
G-7 Summit: US President Joe Biden has prepared a plan in the G-7 summit to pressure democratic countries to boycott China over bonded labor practices.
Washington. All the countries of the G-7 have united on China’s increasing human rights violations. G-7 group leaders have unveiled an infrastructure plan to compete with China’s global campaign. US President Joe Biden has prepared a plan at the G-7 summit to pressure democracies to boycott China over bonded labor practices.
Joe Biden said, the G-7 explicitly calls for human rights abuses in Xinjiang and Hong Kong, to reduce competition and to take serious action against forced labor in the solar agriculture and apparel industries to deal with China’s non-market policies agreed to coordinate the common policy.
All countries need to raise their voice together
US President Joe Biden has prepared a plan at the G-7 summit to pressure democratic countries to boycott China over bonded labor practices. Officials said Biden wants G-7 leaders to raise their voice against the forced labor of Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities.Also read- DRDO will make submarine for Navy, will be Made in India with nuclear capability
Expressed seriousness towards corona vaccination
US President Joe Biden said that helping the world fight the Kovid-19 pandemic is a “continuous and long-lasting project”. Biden said on Sunday that there is “clear agreement” among leaders attending the G-7 summit that their commitment to donate doses of the vaccine will not expire.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosted the conference and on Sunday the G-7 group pledged to donate one billion doses of the Kovid-19 vaccine to poor countries.
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Joe Biden on his first overseas trip
This is Biden’s first foreign trip within five months of taking office. After the G-7 summit, Biden will travel to London where he will meet Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in the afternoon. Biden will also be accompanied by America’s First Lady Jill Biden.
Biden will then travel to the Belgian capital, Brussels, where he will attend a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in Geneva, Switzerland.