PM Modi, Johnson invited to participate in G-7 conference digitally


PM Modi can participate in the G7 conference. (File pic)

G-7 Summit: Earlier, the Ministry of External Affairs of India had said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) would not be able to go to Carnaval to attend this meeting.

London. The British government said on Thursday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) could join the meeting of the G-7 Summit hosted by Britain in Carnwell next month through digital medium. Earlier, the Foreign Ministry of India had said that Modi would not be able to go to Cornwell to attend this meeting. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson invited Modi to attend this meeting to be held during June 11-13 as a special emphasis on the British Pacific region in Britain’s foreign policy. India, Australia and South Korea are among the three guest countries. Guest leaders will be invited to participate in special sessions of the Group of Seven meeting. Britain will preside over this conference. The G-7 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the European Union. A UK government spokesman said, “We are disappointed that Prime Minister Modi will not be able to attend the G7 conference due to domestic Corona virus preferences but we are hopeful to welcome him digitally.” On Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry had confirmed that the Prime Minister had to cancel the plan to visit Britain due to the situation of Kovid-19 in the country.

Last week, the G-7 Foreign and Development Ministers met in London where Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar arrived as a guest of British Foreign Minister Domnik Raab.


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