New Delhi: – Indian Minister of External Affairs (MEA), S. Jaishankar, will be attending the G7 conference held in the United Kingdom the next week. Along with the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the European Union, Foreign Ministers of Australia, South Korea and South Africa will also be attending the conference. Therefore, a discussion on the grave crisis created due to Corona is expected during the meeting.
A meeting of the heads of state of the G7 countries is scheduled to be held next month. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the meeting. The British Prime Minister was scheduled to visit India before the meeting. Jonson was to be the special invitee for the Republic Day celebrations on the 26th January. But he was forced to cancel his visit due to the Corona outbreak in the United Kingdom. After that, Jonson was forced to cancel his India visit once again, given the second Corona wave in India.
But a detailed discussion regarding bilateral cooperation between India and the United Kingdom is expected to occur during the G7 summit next month. Preparations for this meeting will be made during the visit of MEA Jaishankar. While the Coronavirus pandemic is acquiring dangerous proportions in India, the United Kingdom has sent necessary assistance to India. The United Kingdom has announced that it will continue to support India even in the coming times.