PM Modi will be participating virtually in the outreach sessions of the G7.
UK is hosting this year’s G7 Summit in Cornwall.
PM Modi will be joining the sessions on June 12 and 13.
The UK holds the presidency of the G7.
G7 leaders are attending a Royal Reception tonight at the @edenproject, with Her Majesty The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
— G7 UK (@G7) June 11, 2021
They have invited India, South Korea, South Africa, and Australia to be a part of the Summit.
Due to the COVID-19 situation in India Modi had called off his visit to Britain to attend the Summit.
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The G7 Summit began on Friday as leaders of the world’s most advanced economies gathered for the first time since the global outbreak.
“Build Back Better” is the theme for this year’s Summit and the UK has outlined four priority areas for its G7 leader status.
It aspires to lead the global recovery from coronavirus while trying to resist future pandemics.
Promoting prosperity by emphasizing free and fair trade is also one of its visions.
It also aims to tackle climate change and preserve the planet’s biodiversity.
One of its aims is also to promote shared values and open societies.
This is Modi’s second time participating in the G7 meet.
India had been invited to the G7 by the French President in 2019 as a goodwill partner. This invitation is a sign of India’s successful attempts at fostering relationships between neighbors and global allies.
Modi had participated in these sessions on topics like climate, biodiversity, oceans, and digital technology.
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