US President Donald Trump on Saturday postponed the “old” Group of Seven summit which he had planned to hold in June at the White House, to include India and some other countries in the grouping of the world’s top economies. was demanded. Trump told reporters, traveling with him in Air Force One
PTI , Updated: 31 May 2020, 11:02:26 am
“I don’t think as a G7 it properly represents what’s happening in the world. It’s a very old group of countries.” (photo credit: News Nation)
US President Donald Trump on Saturday postponed the “old” Group of Seven summit, which he had planned to hold at the White House in June, to include India and some other countries in the grouping of the world’s top economies. was demanded. Trump, traveling with him in Air Force One from Florida to Washington DC, told reporters he was “postponing it until September” and plans to invite Russia, South Korea, Australia and India.
“I don’t think it’s a true representation of what’s happening in the world as a G-7. It’s a very old group of countries,” he said. White House Director of Strategic Communications Alyssa Alexandra Farah said it was bringing “our traditional allies” together to talk about how to deal with China’s future. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office said on Saturday she would not attend the summit until the way the coronavirus spreads changed.
The G7 is a forum of seven countries with the world’s largest and most advanced economies; France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United States, United Kingdom and Canada. The heads of state of these countries meet annually on international economic and monetary issues. The US is presiding over the G7 this year.
During the summit, the president of the G7 usually invites the heads of state of one or two countries to attend the meeting as special invitees. Last year, French President Emmanuel Macron had invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the G7 summit. Trump’s talk of inviting India to the next G7 summit shows the country’s growing international stature.
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First published: 31 May 2020, 11:02:26 am