US President Joe Biden will discuss the Coronavirus and China at the G-7 meeting on February 19. The White House reported Sunday that President Joe Biden will discuss the Coronavirus epidemic, the global economy, and his dealings with China in his first program (G-7 countries meeting). The White House reported that this is the first meeting of top leaders of the G7 group of the world’s rich democracy since April.
The White House said in a statement that this virtual meeting with leaders of the world’s major democratic market economies will provide an opportunity for President Biden to discuss plans to defeat the COVID-19Â epidemic and rebuild the global economy.
British PM to preside over
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will chair a virtual meeting of leaders of G-7 countries on February 19. On Sunday, the British Prime Minister’s Office Downing Street said, the meeting is a part of the summit of the powerful group chaired by Britain in June, which is the first gathering of leaders of G-7 countries since April last year.
PM Modi to attend
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also participate in the G-7 summit. India has been invited to join as a guest country. The leaders of India, South Korea, and Australia have been invited as special guests.