The G-7 operates in conjunction with developed countries such as Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union.
The summit of the ‘G-7’ organization is taking place in a coastal village (Corbis Bay) in the UK from the 11th to the 13th at a time when the world is fighting hard against the corona infection.
The summit, hosted by the UK, is the first conference attended by world leaders since the corona virus outbreak. It will be attended by US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suka, European Commission President Ursula Vander Leon and European Council President Charles Michel.
According to reports, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use the summit as an opportunity to urge world leaders to ensure that all the people of the world are vaccinated against corona by the end of next year.
In his statement, he said: –
The great world faces us as the great challenge of the post-war era. Defeating the Corona has to lead to a global economic recovery.
Getting the corona vaccine to the world by the end of next year will be the greatest achievement in medical history.
Thus he is saying.
Last February, the UK pledged to supply surplus vaccines to the world’s Cowax organization.
But it did not say how many vaccines. It is noteworthy that the UK, with a population of 7 crore, has ordered 40 crore vaccines.
The United States plans to deliver the surplus 80 million vaccines to the world through the Covex system by the end of this month.