British PM Boris Johnson invites PM Modi to G7 summit

London, 17/1 (AO Bureau): British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent an invitation to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the G7 Summit. This summit will be held in Cornwall this time from 11 to 13 June. In this summit, leaders of seven major countries of the world will discuss about the Coronavirus crisis and the challenges to overcome climate change. This time in addition to India, Australia, and South Korea have also been invited as guests at the G7 summit.

A statement issued by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, “As the world’s pharmacy, India already supplies more than 50 percent of the world’s vaccine.” The United Kingdom and India have worked together during an epidemic like Corona. Our Prime Minister keeps talking continuously and PM Johnson has said that he will visit India before the G-7 conference. Johnson was invited as the Chief Guest at this year’s Republic Day celebrations, but his visit was canceled due to the growing cases of Kovid-19. These issues will be discussed The heads of the world’s major democracies will come together in Britain to meet common challenges. All the big leaders will discuss to kill the coronavirus and deal with climate change. At the same time, it will also ensure that people everywhere can benefit from open trade, technological change, and scientific discovery. This year is very important for Britain This is a very important year of international leadership for Britain. In addition to the G7 summit during February this year, the UK will chair the UN Security Council and later this year it will host the CoP-26 in Glasgow and a global education aimed at bringing children to school in developing countries There will be a conference.

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