The first day of G7’s activities on the summit list includes “steps for a more equitable and sustainable economic recovery in response to the particular challenges of our time.” The U.S. president announced that all seven leaders agreed to continue their policies in support of the global economy “as long as necessary” to create a “strong and balanced” recovery.
Meanwhile, the British Union has been at loggerheads with the European Union over the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol, which was added to the post-Brexit agreement, when a courier exploded at a hotel where some of Angela Merkel’s security officials were staying. “The integrity of the United Kingdom is not a matter of debate,” he told Foreign Minister Dominique Rabsky, referring to the relationship between London and Belfast, adding that the EU should adopt a more prudent approach to implementing the protocol.
In an indirect response to French President Emmanuel Macron, London has so far been accused of failing to comply with certain provisions related to the implementation of the Northern Irish Protocol, saying there was “no renegotiation” of the post-Brexit agreement. The decision to post a photo of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with EU leaders Charles Michel and Ursula von Der Lane smiling around a table in Corbis Bay also reaffirmed the idea. “As always, the same union, the same determination to work, the same enthusiasm! Let’s start with G7, wrote the head of Elysee. Leaders of EU countries met before the start of the summit for a coordination meeting. As a British Times reporter pointed out, this is the list of “Boris Johnson will not attend” after Brexit.
Of course, during the summit, the topic will be discussed with the British, who will focus on US support: “This is the first day of the G7 Summit in the United Kingdom.
At the opening of the summit, Queen Elizabeth will receive the glory of the earth at Cornwall: Prince Charles with the Sovereign, his wife Camilla and Prince William with Kate.