PM Narendra Modi will attend this meeting through video conferencing. (file photo)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the conference on June 12 and 13 through video conferencing. This time the conference is chaired by the United Kingdom and has set four priorities.
New Delhi. India has been invited by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK) Boris Johnson in this time’s G-7 Summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the conference on June 12 and 13 through video conferencing. This time the United Kingdom is presiding over the conference and has set four priorities.
The first priority is how the world should recover from the corona virus and what should be the preparation against future epidemics. The second priority is to consider increasing prosperity in the future by promoting free and fair trade. The third priority is to seriously consider climate change. The fourth priority is a free society and discussions on each other’s shared values.
The conference is important from India’s point of view
The leaders will be aware of each other’s views on these issues in the conference. Corona can lead to serious discussions on global recovery, health and climate change. If we see from the point of view of India, then this conference is very important. India has long demanded that global institutions and groups should be re-framing to reflect the new geopolitical conditions. In recent times, US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who are looking tough against China, take any new steps and if a new coalition of 10-11 democratic countries is formed, it will be a big sign.There may be discussion on the origin of Corona
Also, a leaked document found by Bloomberg News has also revealed that the demand for a new and transparent study regarding the origin of the corona virus may arise in the G-7 meeting. Last year, several countries, including India and the US, had called for an investigation to determine and further study how Kovid-19 spread.
Will also keep an eye on the distribution of vaccine
Apart from this, there is also a shortage of vaccine in India at this time. After the recent announcement of distribution of vaccine by America, India will also keep an eye on this distribution. Last week, the US said that it would give vaccine doses to India under the ‘Global Vaccine Strategy’. While President Biden had made the announcement, Vice President Kamala Harris had assured India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi by phone conversation.