PM Narendra Modi will address the meeting virtually (file photo)
G7 Summit: India is not a part of G7 group. However, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had sent a special invitation to PM Modi to attend it.
New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the G7 summit starting from June 11. Due to the outbreak of Kovid-19, the Prime Minister will attend this meeting virtually. In the meeting, there will be a discussion in the meeting regarding dealing with the corona virus. This conference will be held in Britain from 11 to 13 June. Prime Minister Modi is not going to Britain due to the outbreak of Corona virus. The Prime Minister of Britain had sent an invitation to PM Modi to attend the meeting. Britain, America, Canada, Japan, Italy, France and Germany are included in the G-7 group, called the world’s richest countries. India is not a part of G7 group. However, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had sent a special invitation to PM Modi to attend it.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had invited Modi to attend this meeting to be held from June 11-13 as part of the special emphasis on the Indo-Pacific region in Britain’s foreign policy. India, Australia and South Korea are among the three guest countries. Guest leaders will be invited to participate in special sessions of the Group of Seven meeting. Britain will preside over this conference.
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Countries will agree on life saving actionIn this meeting, the world’s leading democratic countries will agree on life-saving action in important areas of global health. The University of Oxford has been selected for its role in the global fight against COVID-19, including world-leading clinical trials and its non-profit partnership with AstraZeneca for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Participants in this meeting will come together to address issues of global health security, antimicrobial resistance, clinical trials and digital health, and discussions will be communicated to the G7 Leaders Summit in Cornwall from 11 to 13 June.