G7 Summit: Prime Minister of UK sent invitation to PM Modi, Boris Johnson’s office released this statement
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. Boris Johnson has been sent to participate in Prime Minister Modi’s G7 Summit. This time India as well as Australia and South Korea have been invited as guests to attend the G7 summit.
A statement issued by the office of Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that ‘the Prime Minister is the first person in nearly two years to use the summit to again create better opportunities, future, greener and more prosperous in the corona virus crisis. Will unite the leaders. ”The statement further states that India already supplies more than 50% of the world’s vaccine as the world’s pharmacy. The United Kingdom and India have worked closely together during the corona-like epidemic. Our Prime Minister keeps talking and PM Johnson has said that he will visit India before the G-7 conference.
Let us tell you that this year the UK G-7 summit is going to be held from 11 to 13 June. Significantly, the G-7 is the group of countries with the seven largest developed economies in the world, including Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and the United States. It is also called the Group of Seven. Each member country alternately presides over this group and hosts the summit annually.
According to the information, in this summit, the leaders of seven major countries of the world as well as visiting leaders of three countries including India will discuss the challenges of recovering from the corona virus crisis and climate change. Significantly, Johnson was invited as the chief guest at this year’s Republic Day celebrations, but his visit was canceled due to growing cases of Covid-19.