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The G7 Summit Postponed To The End Of June


The White House on May 24 announced that the United States would postpone the World Leading Group of Industrial Countries (G7), which takes place in Washington, DC, by the end of June.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump confirmed plans to hold the meeting in the form of face-to-face meetings. Mr. Trump said the conference is likely to be conducted as usual, mainly taking place at the White House and partly at Camp David, Maryland.

On May 20, the US leader also announced for the first time the G7 Summit, and called on partners from the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan to join the United States conference.

As originally planned, the conference will take place at Camp David next June. Due to the complicated development of COVID-19, the plans have been adjusted.

Every year, the G7 organizes summits to discuss international economic cooperation. The direction of the G7 is now thought to have a great impact on the world economic recovery process after many months of being strongly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic.

However, G7 member states are still cautious about the idea of ​​holding a face-to-face meeting, due to the fact that the COVID-19 epidemic has not shown signs of strict control, nor is it concerned about the second wave of outbreaks.

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