The British Prime Minister must make this international summit a success and show that the post-Brexit “Global Britain” project is not just an empty slogan.
From Friday, June 11 to Sunday, June 13, during the two days in Cabis Bay, 5,000 police officers protected them from intruders in a hot spring hotel with a magnificent view of the beach. MI5 Intelligence Agency and HMS aircraft carrier Prince of Wales Pass. In the barbecue event scheduled for Saturday night, there are a lot of fish and some local cheeses on the menu, and there are even marshmallow skewers for the more adventurous…Boris Johnson chose the beautiful view of Cornwall in the westernmost part of England. Organizing this G7 it is the host and has historical significance in more than one aspect.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the first “face-to-face” meeting of the world’s most powerful democracies, Joe Biden’s first European tour, and the first major international event after Brexit: the stakes are numerous and considerable. The United States, Canada, The leaders of Japan, Britain, France, Germany and Italy must prove that they are finally ready to help poor countries vaccinate their populations on a large scale, act decisively to deal with climate dangers, and persuade their “Club of Seven” to face only creation. The assertion that China is a superpower with 40% of the world’s economic wealth is still meaningful.
Boris Johnson faces a double test: he must make the G7 a success and seize the opportunity to show that the post-divorce from the European Union (EU) “Global Britain” project surpasses the empty slogans that Brexitists have been using for years.for this “Top of the Vaccine”, As described by the Elysee Palace, the British Prime Minister made a promise: “Vaccinate the world by the end of 2022”. “This will be a question of proposing a real plan to achieve this goal”, Warn former Labor Party Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who, together with a series of other leaders (former Prime Minister Tony Blair or former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark), called on the G7 to finally make generous and better proof of sharing its vaccine with the rest of the world, And less than 2% of Africans are vaccinated (now more than half of British adults). “The G7 can finally stop this epidemic. There is an urgent need not only to share the excess doses immediately, but also to ensure sufficient funds to stimulate local vaccine production”, Brown added at a conference hosted by the Blavatnik College of Government in Oxford.
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