Foreign ministers of G7 meet for their first in-person assembly since pandemic
( MENAFN )The foreign ministers of G7 countries met in face to face assembly since the beginning of the pandemic, to talk about relevant matters around the world.
The conference, held at Lancaster House in London and managed by UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, talked about a plethora of vital issues, including threats to international law and democratic norms caused by certain states in addition to ways to fight increasing carbon emissions.
Raab further stated that “The UK’s presidency of the G7 is an opportunity to bring together open, democratic societies and demonstrate unity at a time when it is much needed to tackle shared challenges and rising threats.”
The foreign minister stated that “The addition of our friends from Australia, India, the Republic of Korea and South Africa, as well as the chair of ASEAN reflects the growing significance of the Indo-Pacific region for the G7,” stressing the significance of trade ties amid the UK and region post-Brexit.
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