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G7 Summit will be held directly to show strength and optimism.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. (Source: Reuters)

On May 26, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said that the Summit of the world's leading group of industrialized countries (G7) is expected to be held at the White House in late June.

Speaking at the White House press conference, Ms. McEnany emphasized, President Donald Trump said that the G7 Summit is the most typical example of the reopening in this transition period, according to which this event has could take place near the end of June in the White House. According to Ms. McEnany, foreign leaders will support the conference at the White House.

As originally planned, the G7 Summit, including Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the US, took place in June at Davis Camp.

Last March, the White House said, due to outbreaks of acute respiratory infections Covid-19 outbreak, this conference will be held in the form of online. However, after that, the United States considered the situation and decided to hold the conference directly as originally planned, but held in the White House instead of Camp David.

Ms. McEnany previously said that a face-to-face meeting will show strength and a sense of optimism, as leaders work normally in the context of countries trying to overcome the disease.

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the US has recorded more than 1.72 million cases and more than 100,000 deaths due to Covid-19. Both numbers are much higher than any other country or territory in the world.

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